The Internet is changing the way virtually every company does business, so why should automotive suppliers be exempt? Harold R. Kutner, vice president-worldwide purchasing and North American production control and logistics for General Motors Corp., says that supplier agility will be crucial as consumers begin shopping for and purchasing new vehicles over the Internet and expecting faster delivery. He says that by 2004, GM expects to sell 50% of new vehicles through the Internet, ...

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