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a painful disorder caused by compression of a nerve in the carpal tunnel

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The CTS has really improved," says Karl Brauer, editor in chief of Edmunds.
CTS Automotive Products is a global leader in the design, test and manufacture of automotive sensors, accelerator pedal modules, actuators and subsystems.
My favorite version is the CTS with the luxury sport package, including sport-tuned suspension.
The acquisition of Melville and CTS allows GES to expand internationally and provides additional opportunities to serve clients of GES and Melville.
Don Schroeder, President of CTS EMS, commented, "The achievement of ISO13485 in the UK means that CTS has successfully obtained ISO13485 status in North America, Asia and Europe - six of our eight facilities are now accredited and we expect to accomplish a seventh in Q1 of next year as part of our strategy to serve customers with a need for higher complexity medical devices and equipment in their home region.
Don Schroeder, President of CTS EMS, commented, "CTS is dedicated to offering all of our customers the widest possible range of global manufacturing options for their products, including complex medical devices and equipment.
This program is a significant win for CTS," commented Jeff McCurley, Vice President and General Manager of CTS Automotive Products.
CTS and Ambient Enter Agreement for Volume Production of X(2) Nodes
BOSTON -- Ambient Corporation (OTCBB:ABTG), a leader in Broadband over Power Lines (BPL) solutions, and CTS Corporation (NYSE:CTS), a leading provider of electronic manufacturing services, today announced that they have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding related to production of Ambient's X2 BPL Access Node.
CTS Corporation (NYSE:CTS) and Swiss-based Sonceboz SA, today announced their technical collaboration in the development of electronically controlled brushless actuators for automotive engine control systems.