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Automaker-supplier relations have dipped, according to the latest North American Automotive OEM-Supplier Working Relations Index. But why?
One more sign that automakers are under pressure from a spate of new industry challenges — their relations with suppliers have worsened.
The new head of global human resources will serve a critical role at an organization that's trying to balance its industrial heft and heritage with a Silicon Valley-style agility.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance is looking to extend its convergence in purchasing, engineering, manufacturing and supply chains. It named new project leaders in some key areas.
Toyota and Mazda's planned north Alabama auto plant will operate as a separate entity, making its own supply chain decisions.
General Motors purchasing chief Steve Kiefer seems determined to disprove the adage that old habits die hard.
As automakers look for advanced technologies, their unfamiliar suppliers are bringing new ideas to old purchasing departments.
The digital payment platform could become a key part of future mobility services.
The Chevrolet Bolt has drawn considerable media attention, but the supplier deals General Motors forged to build it may prove equally important.
Mike Jackson expects the number of new vehicles to fall by about 5 percent -- or 900,000 vehicles -- by 2024.
BMW suspended talks with Daimler on future cooperation projects after its rival disclosed alleged collusion among German automakers to cartel authorities, Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported
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