Automotive Industry Summer Shut-Downs Indicate Recovery
In the Great Lakes area and Southeast, the automotive industry is planning for the summer shut-down. Thirty-seven maintenance projects of a total $64 million are scheduled for the Great Lakes, the majority of which are automotive-related. The Southeast will see 22 automotive maintenance projects worth $34 million.
Compared to industries such as petroleum refining or chemical processing, the numbers are small. But Industrial Info Resources reports that the automotive maintenance work totaling $191 million represents a positive sign of recovery.
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