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As automakers move more vehicles via ship, investments pour into North American ports

Finished-vehicle logistics tends to go unnoticed in the automotive sector compared with manufacturing and marketing #8212; until a shipping delay creates a shortage at dealerships.

Penske, LIthia to workers: Get a physical, save money

Penske Automotive Group Inc. and other public retailers are offering financial rewards to employees and their spouses for things like getting a physical or completing biometric screenings.

Zotye USA wants to start selling a Chinese-made crossover in the U.S. in 2020

Chinese automaker Zotye has begun signing up U.S. retailers and plans to "really shake things up" when it comes to factory-dealer norms.

Dealers need to innovate with used-vehicles

The need for traditional dealers to get innovative in the pre-owned space was apparent at the 2018 Used Car Week annual event in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Online auctions key to wholesalers' future

Online auctions and the digital tools that accompany them are key to vehicle wholesalers' futures.