Supplier Roundup A roundup of this week’s news involving automotive suppliers Collins & Aikman Corp. says it will continue its relationship with its largest customer, DaimlerChrysler Corp., despite the loss of a contract awarded in April to do the interior trim package for Chrysler’s D-Segment cars. C&A says it would not have seen any revenue from the deal until mid-2006 at the earliest and “we are in the business of gaining more business but not at any price,” says C&A ...

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