DETROIT – Toyota Motor Corp. was the most efficient vehicle producer in North America last year, Chrysler Group is the most improved, and almost every major manufacturer managed to squeeze out some year-over-year productivity improvements in 2004 despite falling volumes, Ron Harbour, president of Harbour Consulting Inc., tells reporters here. Revealing the results of the Harbour Report North America 2005, a measurement of the productivity of North American vehicle manufacturers, Harbour ...
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