Magna International Inc. will supply General Motors Co. with frame assemblies for the auto maker’s next generation of trucks, a monster contract for the supplier. Ward’s data shows the current-generation truck platform, GMT900, ranks as the industry’s most prolific, accounting for 732,289 units so far this year. GM uses the platform for all its fullsize trucks, ranging from the high-volume Chevy Silverado pickup to the swanky Cadillac Escalade SUV. David Whitson, an equities analyst with ...

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