April Data Show Americans Bought More Trucks Than CarsBloomberg published a report on the data, saying a total of 186,000 pickup trucks were sold in the U.S. in April compared to the 169,000 passenger cars that found a home. It’s a significant 17,000 difference for a segment that has never taken over the market in the past.
May 12, 2020
FCA Prepares to Reopen Facilities on May 18Some modifications in line for FCA workers include fresh face masks distributed daily, thermal imaging cameras put in place, and a staggered start as revealed by CEO Mike Manley on a conference call with investors.
May 08, 2020
U.S. Down to Last 30-Day Supply of Pickup TrucksSome, however, fear that the available trucks won’t be enough to satisfy demand. Leading truck makers in America—Ford, General Motors, and FCA—have still not finalized plans on the resumption of production in their facilities. And even if they restart operations again, it could take a while to roll out new
May 07, 2020
FCA to Restart Production on May 18“FCA remains focused on implementing robust protocols that will make our employees feel confident that all precautions have been taken to ensure our facilities are safe, secure, and disinfected when production resumes,” a spokesperson for FCA shared.