General Motors’ manufacturing operations won’t be caught off-guard should the U.S. market rebound from today’s stagnant sales pace to pre-recession levels of 16 million-plus units a year, says a top executive. Diana Tremblay, global chief manufacturing officer, says despite taking out 1.5 million units of North American capacity post-bankruptcy, GM has several tricks up its sleeve to keep pace should the market make a comeback. Speaking during GM’s Second Annual Global Business ...
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