Ford Motor Co. says it will be able to cut delivery time of its vehicles from the plant to the dealer in half and allow customers to trace the progress of their purchase online under a deal reached with UPS Logistics Group, a subsidiary of United Parcel Service. An expert in micro managing rail and truck delivery systems for its own packages, UPS now will go to work trying to revamp Ford's network of road and rail carriers, as well as add a high-tech information system to allow dealers and ...
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