NEW YORK – Initial vehicle quality at General Motors Co. worldwide has reached a new peak, a top executive says. “We’ve never launched vehicles with as high quality as this year,” Jamie Hresko, GM’s global quality chief tells Ward’s in an interview here. That's true regardless of where the vehicles are built, he contends, with GM's plant in Kaliningrad, Russia, for example, achieving the same high quality as that of facilities in the U.S., Western Europe, Korea and China. “We use the ...
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