General Motors and Chrysler assembly plants in Canada continue to overflow with finished vehicles as the auto makers transition to new car haulers, a dilemma made doubly difficult by the current rail-car shortage. Canadian Auto Workers Local 88 President Dan Borthwick says GM’s distribution headache, which like Chrysler’s began last month when the auto makers switched haulers after a rate hike by longtime partner Allied Automotive Group, has not been remedied. “We’re storing vehicles ...
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