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Interview: Jim Bovenzi, General Motors

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At the Automotive News Word Congress, held in Detroit in January this year, Mark Reuss, executive VP of Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain at General Motors, said that the vehicle ignition switch recall debacle had changed the company culture more than the bankruptcy. In this interview with Julian Buckley, Jim Bovenzi, former president of GM Russia and now executive director, Demand and Supply, covers strategies for reducing part recalls, together with production forecasting, performance ratings and extended supplier contracts.

At the Automotive News Word Congress, held in Detroit in January this year, Mark Reuss, executive VP of Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain at General Motors, said that the vehicle ignition switch recall debacle had changed the company culture more than the bankruptcy. In this interview with Julian Buckley, Jim Bovenzi, former president of GM Russia and now executive director, Demand and Supply, covers strategies for reducing part recalls, together with production forecasting, performance ratings and extended supplier contracts.

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