FRANKFURT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Daimler will trim production at its biggest truck plant in October due to low order levels, a spokesman said on Thursday. Daimler plans to suspend production for four days in October at its plant in Woerth, Germany, the spokesman said, confirming a report in the Stuttgarter Zeitung newspaper. The down days would also be used to refit the plant for new products. Demand for Daimler trucks is rising globally but the ...
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