LOUISVILLE, KY – The road to manufacturing excellence is complicated and full of seeming contradictions. For instance, the best way to develop more unique and customized vehicles may be through more standardization and commonized parts. Say what? At the Global Automotive Conference here, a panel of industry executives do their best to explain such apparent conflicts, suggesting attendees study an ancient Chinese game called “Go,” and even resorting to new words such as ...
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