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BorgWarner to more than double China business to £¤27 billion by 2023 buoyed by propulsion systems demand

NINGBO, Zhejiang – BorgWarner plans to more than double its annual revenues in China to more than ¥27 billion over the next five years, according to Tom Tan, global vice president of the U.S. automotive supplier and president of BorgWarner China. Tan made the comments in an interview after BorgWarner’s

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BorgWarner expanding plants in China as vehicle electrification intensifies

CHONGQING – BorgWarner plans to offer all kinds of technologies that the China market requires whether it is combustion, hybrid or electric. “Combustion powered vehicle remains an important vehicle type and BorgWarner continues to offer leading technologies there,” emphasized James R. Verrier, president and CEO of BorgWarner. Verrier made the

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Top 10 news stories of China supplier market in 2015

The following are CBU/CAR’s selection of the Top 10 news stories of China’s supplier industry in 2015. – Editor   Jonson Controls committed to boost batteries volumes with start-stop functionality An expansion program at Changxing automotive battery plant has been started to increase production volume of AGM batteries by

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BorgWarner supplies Torque-On-Demand transfer case for Foto

AUBURN HILLS, Michigan – BorgWarner has recently begun production of 2-speed all-wheel Torque-On-Demand(R) drive transfer cases for Foton’s Sauvana SUV at its manufacturing facility in Beijing, according to a company news release on August 11. BorgWarner’s Torque-On-Demand technology can automatically redistribute torque from the rear wheels to the front wheels

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BorgWarner produces over 1.5 million EGR valves in China

AUBURN HILLS, Michigan – BorgWarner said in a statement on September 16 that its facility in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province has produced more than 1.5 million exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valves for passenger cars and commercial diesel vehicles. Starting in 2010 with the production of EGR valves and adding EGR coolers

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BorgWarner expects 32 percent of net global new business in China for 2014-2016

AUBURN HILLS, Michigan – BorgWarner Inc. announced $2.9 billion of expected net new powertrain business for 2014 through 2016, up 26 percent from the previous three-year period. Demand for the company’s advanced powertrain technologies, such as gasoline and diesel turbochargers, all-wheel drive systems, engine timing systems – including variable cam

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China’s expanding automatic transmission market

The Chinese market for automatic transmissions grows fast and will continue to do so within the next 10 years. On the one hand, an awaking sensibility for environmentally friendly traffic in the megacities leads to stricter emission legislations. On the other hand, customers are interested in new transmission technologies to

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