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Nissan’s November sales in U.S. still down

Nissan’s sales in the U.S. during November were about 22% lower compared to the year before. 

The company’s U.S. sales are down more than 35% for the first 11 months of the year, compared to 2019. 

Nissan’s November sales are a significant improvement over even lower numbers earlier this year. Sales were down by about 50% year over year from March to June. The second half of the year was better, but remained well below 2019 levels. 

The company sustained much less damage globally. Total global sales were only down about 10% in November, and down about 24% for the first 11 months of the year. Sales in China in November were up about 5% compared to 2019. 

Nissan’s vehicle production in the U.S. was also down by about 17% in November, and down about 45% from January through November. 

Odyssey Behavioral Health acquires new treatment center

The Brentwood-based company Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare has acquired a new treatment center focused on eating disorders.  

Odyssey acquired Shoreline Center for Eating Disorder Treatment based in Southern California. The center offers residential treatment, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment at several locations in Southern California.

Odyssey has 20 locations in eight states. The company offers treatment for a wide range of behavioral health conditions including psychiatric conditions, addictive disorders and autism.  

Numotion acquires medical supplies company 

The Brentwood-based wheelchair and mobility products retailer has acquired the medical supplies company Wheeler’s Medical Supply. 

Wheeler’s Medical Supply, based in Jacksonville, Fl., provides catheters and incontinence supplies. Numotion already has a medical supplies business that is focused on disposable medical supply solutions.   

Brentwood investment advisory firm names new VP

Logan Green was recently promoted to Vice President at the Brentwood investment advisory firm Eugenias Advisory Group.

Green joined Eugenias in 2017. Before being promoted to VP he was an associate planner and the director of financial planning and operations. He focused on long-term operational strategies. 

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