Deny No More

McClenahen, John S.; Purdum, Traci
October 2004
Industry Week/IW;Oct2004, Vol. 253 Issue 10, p82
Trade Publication
Reports on the benefits of a sound manufacturing process on the competitiveness of suppliers in the automobile industry, according to Laurie Felax, vice president at Harbour Consulting. Observations made by Felax on automotive suppliers.


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