STERLING HEIGHTS, MI – The biggest hurdle facing the auto industry may be the market recovery, logistics experts say. With the supply chain still suffering the hangover effects of the global slump that sent two Detroit auto makers into bankruptcy in 2009, there’s some uncertainty whether parts and service providers have enough money and trust in the economy to keep pace with expected gains in new-vehicle demand. “Some (suppliers) are going to have to take a brave step” and invest in new ...

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