WARREN, MI – General Motors Corp. is altering a 4-year-old initiative to have suppliers lead integration efforts for its North American vehicle interiors, a company executive says. “We will still rely on suppliers doing the coordination, but we are becoming the ‘parent’ again,” Bo Andersson, GM vice president-global purchasing and supply chain, tells Ward’s here at GM’s Technical Center. “We didn’t achieve what we expected to achieve.” GM made the decision to scale back its ...
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