Smaller molders will soon feel price squeeze

Miel, Rhoda
November 2000
Automotive News;11/20/2000, Vol. 75 Issue 5904, p22V
Trade Publication
Reports on price reduction trend in the automobile parts supply industry and its impact on molder businesses. Vice president for strategy and measurement with the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center, Daniel Luria's discussion about the price reduction during a conference on Profits in Plastics Processing; Automobile manufacturing industry's plan to reduce its supplier base and pass on the demand for innovations.


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