Lear Corp. says its Second Stage Manufacturing program, a practice that brings installation of traditional aftermarket items into an automaker's assembly process, will expand from two products to 12 by year's end. “I would say for '02 we should be looking at 10 different programs starting this fall,” Thomas Sundberg, Lear's director of Second Stage Manufacturing, tells Ward's. The Southfield, MI-based supplier says its first Second Stage Manufacturing programs with General Motors Corp.'s ...

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