Most production planners at North American auto manufacturers have completed their latest third-quarter production schedule revisions with only a few changes. The exception: Ford Motor Co., which insiders say won’t complete a review of its third-quarter slate until mid-July. Adjustments made thus far are resulting in a net gain of some 3,300 units, pumping output plans for the quarter to 3,914,200, 10.1% above actual production of 3,554,600 vehicles in like-2001. The net increase ...
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