The problems facing auto suppliers may seem insurmountable, but parts makers are poised and well-positioned for a full recovery, says the president and CEO of the Original Equipment Suppliers Assn., based in Troy, MI. “The good news is, once we get through this and all these costs have been taken out, we are going to be a lean, mean fighting machine that’s very profitable and really competitive,” Neil DeKoker says this week on the latest edition of “Autoline Detroit,” an automotive ...

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