Chrysler Group LLC is striving to eliminate practices that “get in the way of suppliers and what they need to do,” says one of the auto maker’s senior director-supplier relations. Sig Huber says suppliers will learn what that means next month if they attend Chrysler’s supplier training sessions in Auburn Hills, MI. “We’ve had a lot of business-process changes since October-November of last year,” he tells Ward’s. Those changes, which number about 50, evolved from suggestions made by ...
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