Six months after incorporating Conrail Inc.'s rail system into CSX and Norfolk Southern, rail transportation problems continue to wreak havoc for automotive and steel manufacturers trying to get their products to customers. Ford Motor Co. has thousands of its profitable Expeditions sitting in parking lots awaiting shipment, while General Motors Corp. and DaimlerChrysler Corp. also are struggling to get similar numbers of vehicles off factory lots and into dealers' hands. A DCC spokesman ...
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