DEARBORN, MI – Collins & Aikman Corp. President and CEO Frank Macher says production cuts by its biggest customer, Chrysler Group, “put a crimp in our plan of reorganization” en route to exiting Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. “Chrysler came as quite a surprise to us because we had not planned to see such dramatic volume reductions in the fourth quarter,” Macher tells journalists recently. As a result, Collins & Aikman management is “at the drawing board again” in crafting a ...

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