GM's advice: Get in early

Kachadourian, Gail
October 2001
Automotive News;10/8/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 5952, p28I
Trade Publication
Reports on the significance of traditional industry suppliers on fuel cell development of General Motors Corp. Role of traditional suppliers on heat exchanger and sensory parts development; Importance of early involvement on competition edge; Assessment on the process of working for fuel cell vehicles.


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