Late deliveries won't be penalized

Sherefkin, Robert
September 2001
Automotive News;9/24/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 5949, p8
Trade Publication
Reports the decision of automobile manufacturers not to recoup cost recovery for late deliveries of car parts in the United States. Implications of airport closures on the delivery of supplies; Effect of the closure of US borders on cross-border part shipments; Disruption of assembly line and vehicle production.


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