Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc. scales back production at its Normal, IL, manufacturing facility in order to keep in step with sliding demand. The auto maker will halt production for six days in April and 12 days at its traditional summer shutdown – up from a traditional seven, including two holidays. A spokesman for the auto maker tells Ward’s the adjustments are considered standard operating procedure when supply begins to outpace demand. Mitsubishi’s U.S. sales tumbled 19% in ...
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