19,500 vehicle assemblies and smaller cuts among several transplants, the industry’s October-December slate still stands at 3,688,300 units. That’s just 31,300 less than the 3,719,600 completions scheduled a month ago and 9% less than the 4,050,900 vehicles built in like-2005. Related document: Ward's North America Production Schedule Production of medium- and heavy-duty trucks is accelerating in the quarter as truck makers rush to fill orders placed by fleets anxious to beat ...
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