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The sixth largest auto manufacturer and the top maker of light commercial vehicles in Europe, Turkey s auto industry rolled out 1.
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While many leading auto manufacturers once had the ability to dedicate entire production lines to produce a single product or component, the industry now finds itself needing to quickly adapt to changing customer demand.
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PK: ONCI), a Delaware corporation, announces today that FMS Marketing has been awarded a contract by 1 of the leading Asian auto manufacturers with Headquarters in Japan and South Korea.
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DuPont Automotive Systems recently opened a $10 million laboratory in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, to facilitate technical services and approvals for automotive coatings used by Japanese auto manufacturers worldwide, and to support their home country assembly operations.
The directive says that in 2007, auto manufacturers will assume responsibility for the collection and recycling of ELVs, according to the EUROPA Web site.
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