From shipping vehicles to supplying parts, General Motors has taken action to minimize the logistical bottlenecks that have constrained shipments to dealerships, and it expects to return to nearly full production this year, officials from Chevrolet and its dealer council said.
GM is working to reduce ongoing supply chain constraints and avoid having unfinished vehicles awaiting parts, Scott Bell, vice president of global Chevrolet, told Automotive News ahead of the make meeting for Chevy and Buick-GMC dealers.
Improving the automaker’s logistics network is another priority, he said.
“They want more of what we have,” Bell said. “That’s their biggest frustration.”
He added: “Our focus is on production and capacity and some of the shipping challenges we’ve had. So we need to work hard to straighten those up and get them more of what we have, and especially with these new products coming, that’s what they’re looking for.”