CANBERRA – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. will close its Adelaide assembly plant for the last two weeks of September to reduce the stockpile of unsold vehicles. By the end of August, Magna sales were down 38%. The plant has been operating on a 4-day week as a result of weak Magna sales. Managing Director Tom Phillips says the auto maker’s biggest job is to rebuild trust and secure more fleet sales to ensure the company’s future. "We are having a bloody awful time at the moment ...
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