General Motors Corp. is five weeks away from reaching adequate inventory levels of its Chevrolet Silverado pickup, a top executive says. A production problem, bogged down transportation logistics and the industry's red hot sales pace are the reasons GM says it is struggling to rebuild stocks of the popular truck. “The Silverado (is) grotesquely under inventory from where it was a year ago,” admits Michael DiGiovanni, GM's chief of North American market research and forecasting, who also ...
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