GM fleet requests are on par with retail orders

Sawyers, Arlena
July 2001
Automotive News;7/23/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5940, p8
Trade Publication
Reports the improvement in the fleet and commercial order-to-delivery system of General Motors Corp. in Detroit, Michigan. Similarities between the priorities given by the company to sold fleet orders and sold retail orders; Benefits of the gmfleet.com to the customers and dealers; Difference between fleet/commercial orders and retail orders.


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