CAMI Automotive Inc.'s Ingersoll, Ont., assembly plant in January will idle truck production for two weeks and car output for one week due to excess inventories. Shutdown of the car and truck assembly lines reportedly is scheduled for Jan. 3-7. Some 1,800 workers will be affected. Truck assembly operations will be shuttered again from Feb. 14-18, idling some 800. The announcement worsens an already difficult situation for CAMI, a joint venture between General Motors Corp. and Suzuki ...
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