TI Automotive to build new plant in Mexico

White, Liz
June 2004
European Rubber Journal;Jun2004, Vol. 186 Issue 6, p4
Trade Publication
Deals with the plan of TI Automotive to build a seventh manufacturing plant in Mexico for automotive break and fuel lines. Information on the new plant; Other European transactions of the company; Terms of the contract signed by the company with a new sport-utility vehicle to be built in the U.S. by a German automaker.


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