With the rollout of its full-size pickups ahead of schedule, General Motors Corp. says it long ago corrected improper shipping procedures by a carrier as well as a production issue at its Ft. Wayne, IN, assembly plant — problems that could've been setbacks to the most important launch in GM's history. The automaker says 36 Silverado/Sierra pickups were damaged last summer when it began delivering the vehicles to dealers because employees for the transporter were improperly securing the ...
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