Daimler Truck Cuts Production At Some Locations Over Chip Shortage
Daimler Truck said it was suspending production in some areas at its Mannheim site in March and at its Gaggenau plant in April, without being more specific.
Daimler Truck was curbing production at some of its German factories due to a shortage of semiconductors
Daimler Truck, the world’s largest truckmaker, on Monday said it was curbing production at some of its German factories due to a shortage of critical semiconductors.
The company, which was spun off from Mercedes-Benz last year, said it was suspending production in some areas at its Mannheim site in March and at its Gaggenau plant in April, without being more specific.
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