OAK PARK, MI – Paul Wilbur has a solution for the overcapacity problem that plagues many Big Three vehicle assembly plants in North America: fill the extra space with low-cost, profitable specialty-vehicle programs. As president and CEO of ASC Inc. of Southgate, MI, Wilbur points to the ’04 Chevy SSR roadster pickup as the perfect example of a vehicle program that is a success on many fronts: It secured union jobs and brightened the future of General Motors Corp.’s Lansing, MI, Craft ...

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