Siemens builds integration in auto systems

Pryweller, Joseph
August 1997
Plastics News;08/04/97, Vol. 9 Issue 23, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on an investment of Siemens Automotive company, of $50 million in three years to expand its plastic air-intake manifold business in North American and jump-start development of modular air-fuel engine systems. Plans to boost the investment; Statements from David Geran, business development manager of the Windsor plant.


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