Linamar CEO Linda Hasenfratz eying larger slice of global vehicle pie.
The PSA Peugeot Citroen partnership with General Motors promises richer paydays for some suppliers, but not all, industry insiders warn. The tie-up, announced last week, will see platform consolidation accounting for 3.9 million B- and D-segment vehicles. Such volume is enough to significantly enrich the coffers of suppliers that win sourcing contracts for the resulting new-vehicle programs. But those programs, by definition of the GM-PSA tie-up, will be fewer. Expect the deal ...
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