DETROIT – The Automotive Industry Action Group says too few automotive companies have a plan in place in case of a natural disaster or other type of emergency, such as last summer’s blackout. GM’s Oklahoma City plant after a tornado hit it last year. As such, the non-profit organization has released a book of guidelines it hopes will light a fire under companies in the auto supply chain and elsewhere to be better prepared in case of an emergency. Andy Cummins, executive ...

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