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In the news: Weight-loss mandate looms for automotive suppliers

June 5, 2015 Article 1 min read
Authors:
Daron Gifford

The Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards for the automotive industry are fast approaching, and some suppliers, notably those who are smaller and not as well financed, might be caught short. That's according to an article by Daron Gifford, Partner, who leads automotive industry strategy consulting for Plante & Moran (Southfield, MI). Gifford notes that "weight has become a top priority" for the automotive industry in his piece titled, "Weight-loss mandate: Ticking clock pushes suppliers to make daunting and expensive moves."

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