Six large automotive suppliers have agreed to conduct a joint e-business study that may eventually lead to the creation of a marketplace to complement the Internet exchange currently being set up by Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp. and DaimlerChrysler AG. Dana Corp., Delphi Automotive Systems, Eaton Corp., Motorola Inc. and TRW Inc. say they intend to improve supply-chain management, support the e-business efforts of their customers through collaborative solutions and reduce costs at ...
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