TROY, MI – The large number of new-vehicle programs expected to roll out over the next three to five years will buoy parts maker profitability, but there’s much more to be gained if auto makers work more collaboratively with vendors to cut waste, Original Equipment Suppliers Assn. President Neil DeKoker says. Speaking to a Society of Automotive Analysts conference here, DeKoker cites a recent study conducted for the OESA by McKinsey & Co. that shows billions of dollars are being wasted ...
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