North American car and truck assembly plants are gearing up to build 4,619,300 vehicles in April-June, or 2.2% more than the 4,520,100 cars and trucks turned out in like-2014. That’s also an estimated 257,000-plus units more than were built in January-March, when heavy winter weather in parts of the region took a toll on vehicle assemblies, as did parts shortages stemming from the West Coast dockworkers dispute. But despite the record 2,727,600 trucks slated for completion in ...


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