TI Auto wins deals worth $118.2M

Snavely, Brent
July 2006
Crain's Detroit Business;7/10/2006, Vol. 22 Issue 28, p1
This article presents information on TI Automotive Ltd., based in Warren, Michigan. The company has announced last week that it has won contracts worth about $118.2 million with three automakers during the next three to four years. Some of the contracts are for new products and technology that TI Automotive has developed in product segments that are expected to experience dramatic growth during the coming years. This was stated by Rich Kolpasky, president of TI Automotive's global fluid-carrying systems division. TI Automotive will also be manufacturing brake and fuel-line components and assemblies, including air-bag tubes for its customers.


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