PARIS – Having already squeezed months out of the order-to-delivery time for getting cars to U.S. dealers, Audi AG by next year expects to slice off another week or two. Audi hopes to shorten delivery time to customers. "Two years ago, from order-to-dealer delivery was 120 days," says Ernst Hermann-Krog, executive director-logistics. "Now it is 68 days. Our final goal is 50-60 days, and we expect to achieve this by the end of next year. To achieve the last day of reduction is ...
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