TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Overwhelmed by the fight to stay afloat, the supplier community is mired in disarray but wary of programs designed to streamline business, such as industry exchanges. So says a survey commissioned by Salion Inc. and conducted by the Center for Automotive Research (CAR). Results are gleaned from responses generated by 58 respondents whose median annual revenue is $100 million. On average, each replies to 390 requests for quotes (RFQs) every year – and they expect ...
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