U.S. rail network delays derail auto deliveries
(Source: Detroit News, May 16, 2014)
DETROIT, Mich. — The snow, ice and extreme chill may be gone, but automakers still are feeling the aftereffects of the harsh winter: For months, big delays in the nation’s rail network have forced them to park newly built cars and trucks in guarded lots or to hire truck carriers to get them to dealers. The delays began several months ago and likely won’t be erased until the Fourth of July, according to one transportation analyst.
Full story: Detroit News
Friday, May 16, 2014
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