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U.S. Auto Industry Gears Up for 130+ Maintenance Projects this Quarter After Volatile Year
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Attachment: UA Auto Maint 1Q19
SUGAR LAND--January 14, 2019--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--The U.S. auto industry saw some dramatically mixed signals in 2018. Automakers posted their fourth-biggest sales year on record, thanks in part to a December boom, but big names like General Motors' (NYSE:GM) (Detroit, Michigan) and Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) (Dearborn, Michigan) are closing plants and reorganizing their production priorities as consumers turn away from some of their long-standing offerings, like GM's sedans. Industrial Info is tracking more than 130 maintenance-related projects set to kick off in the first quarter at auto industry plants across the U.S.
Within this article: Details on some of the major automotive-related maintenance project set to begin this quarter, including those from key companies such as General Motors (NYSE:GM), NTN Corporation, Commercial Vehicle Group Incorporated (NASDAQ:CVGI), Kobe Steel Limited, Mitsui & Company Limited, Toyota Tsusho Corporation, Hitachi Limited, Dana Incorporated (NYSE:DAN) and Michelin Tire Corporation.
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