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Lindsay Chappell's March 16 commentary encouraging Jaguar Land Rover to build a North American plant overlooks perhaps one of the most imaginative and successful variations on that theme: Subaru-Isuzu Automotive, the shared plant in Lafayette, Ind. Both Isuzu and Subaru parent Fuji Heavy Industries understood the value of U.S. production. Comment?
James McKenna, the president of the Pacific Maritime Association, told Bloomberg that delays at many of the West Coast ports are leading to a "coast-wide meltdown." Photo credit: Bloomberg Honda and Toyota plan to cut back production or adjust overtime at several North American plants because of labor disputes that have snarled shipments at 29 ports on the West Coast. Comment?
Subaru's Tom Doll, left, chats with Bob Alvine, center, of Premier Subaru in Branford, Conn., and Premier Subaru in Watertown, Conn., and Rocky DiChristofano of Tucson Subaru in Arizona after the make meeting. Photo credit: JOE WILSSENS Subaru won't add dealers, wants to grow throughput per dealer to 1,000 units annually 2015 will be another record sales year, it predicts. Comment?
With record U.S. sales for six years in a row, Subaru has become an enviable brand. It is now urging dealers to invest in their stores and expand service facilities. Comment?
Subaru dealers told the factory they want more cars as the brand heads into what's promised to be another record year. Subaru has had eight years of consecutive U.S. sales growth and significantly outpaced the market last year with record sales of 513,693 vehicles. Comment?
Fuji Heavy Industries, the maker of Subaru brand cars and SUVs, has scrapped a plan to shift production of the new XV Crosstrek to its U.S. plant and will instead make the SUV in Japan, a source familiar with the company's production plans told Reuters. Fuji Heavy, which has a policy of making cars in markets where they are sold, decided to make the new vehicle in Japan because of capacity constraints in Indiana and the relatively high sales price of the crossover SUV, which makes production in Japan more viable, the source said. Comment?
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