Automakers already dealing with a record U.S. sales pace say they have lost some production due to logistics problems caused by a June 1 rail industry takeover. But the companies point out transportation problems have been decreasing and the situation may improve even more during the auto industry's two week summer shutdown July 5-July 16. Rivals CSX and Norfolk Southern have been preparing since their 1997 takeover of Conrail for the difficulty of incorporating Conrail's 10,700-mile ...

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