TROY, MI – Like the U.S. Postal Service, the supply chain at General Motor Corp. must do its job every day – whether snow, rain, heat or gloom of night. Bo Andersson, GM’s group vice president-global purchasing and supply chain, says despite a recent rash of natural and unnatural calamities around the world, the auto maker has skirted costly interruptions to its parts delivery network. In recent weeks GM’s supply chain managers have witnessed earthquakes in China and the Philippines, ...
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