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Transitioning Powertrain Parts to the Aftermarket



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When a carmaker introduces a new vehicle, it stops making repair parts for the previous model. But as the service lives of vehicles lengthens, it becomes more difficult for the automaker and its suppliers to know how many repair parts to stockpile.

Ricardo Strategic Consulting helps manufacturers meet the challenges and find solutions regarding this growing issue.

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