DETROIT – Auto makers should combine aftermarket parts delivery systems to cut costs, better utilize cargo space in delivery trucks and improve customer service, a supplier executive tells Ward's. "If you think about how the dealer network is set up, any time you go to a (General Motors Corp.) dealership, if you go to the top of the building, you’ll probably be able to see a Ford dealer, a Saturn dealer, a Chrysler retailer," says Tom Wosepka, general manager-Schneider Logistics automotive ...
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