DETROIT – Shorter order-to-delivery times are still the target, but Renault SA says it is backing off a bit from the 15-day bogey that was once its target for getting cars to Western European customers. "We have, I must say, relaxed this to two to three weeks – which still makes us, I believe, the most efficient in Europe in delivery," Chairman Louis Schweitzer says of the French auto maker’s order-to-delivery objectives. Shorter order-to-delivery times remains Renault target. ...
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