DETROIT – Some automotive suppliers are refusing to participate in online reverse auctions because they believe them to be unfair, says the head of the Original Equipment Suppliers Assn. (OESA). The Troy, MI, organization hosted its third annual e-business conference at this week’s Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress in Detroit to discuss the industry’s eager migration toward e-commerce. During a supplier panel, a question came from the audience as to whether reverse auctions ...
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