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By Automotive Logistics2010-12-15T00:00:00+00:00
Production volatility in the automotive industry means volumes are down at the US port of Jacksonville but with a rebound around the corner the port authority is working with terminal operators to upgrade its facilities
Nissan North America is now using software from Agillence to manage its inbound and aftersales parts logistics, which promises to reduce planning cycle times and help find cost-savings
European carmakers have increased the amount of palladium they import from Russia amidst threats that supplies could be further restricted and that the metal will only be sold in roubles
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