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Maxwell to provide ultracapacitor subsystem design for Geely/Volvo 2020 model year platforms

SAN DIEGO, California – Maxwell Technologies, Inc., a leading developer and manufacturer of capacitive energy storage and power delivery solutions, announced on May 8 a technology partnership with Geely Holding Group. The partnership focuses on the integration of state-of-the-art ultracapacitors and advanced power conversion electronics into Geely’s global automotive vehicle lineup

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Hella and BHAP form electronics JV to begin production of electronics control units in 2020

BEIJING – Hella and BHAP, BAIC Group’s parts and components subsidiary, signed a contract for the founding of a joint venture named Hella BHAP Electronics (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd. on April 26 on the sidelines of the Beijing Auto Show. The official founding of the JV is planned for the second half

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Hella looking to China as home market and grow with Chinese customers

BEIJING – Germany lighting systems and electronics supplier Hella is looking to China as its home market and grow together with Chinese customers, according to Frank Petznick, executive vice president of Electronics China and member of the executive board of Electronics for Hella. Petznick made the comments at Hella’s media

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Henkel expects substantial growth in automotive electronics business in China

SHANGHAI – If first- and second-tier suppliers provide crucial electronics technologies for the automakers as they speed up efforts to make their vehicles greener, smarter, more connected and autonomous, then Henkel’s job is to safeguard those technologies and make sure they work safely and stably with its leading solutions in

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TRW opens largest ever technical center worldwide in China

SHANGHAI – TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. announced on June 6 the opening of its largest ever technical center worldwide – a 66,000 square meter facility located in Anting, Shanghai. The facility contains more than 20 scientific testing labs supporting all of TRW’s main business areas including braking, steering and suspension,

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Johnson Controls plans further production expansion in China

PLYMOUTH, Michigan – Johnson Controls, a global leader in automotive seating, seating components, automotive electronics, and interiors, will expand in China: After 16 years of continuous growth, Johnson Controls Automotive Experience plans to increase its number of production locations from 57 to 68 in China

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STMicroelectronics and Great Wall Motor establish joint laboratory

BEIJING - STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications and a leading supplier of automotive electronics, together with Great Wall Motor Co., Ltd. (GWM), China’s leading SUV and pickup manufacturer and privately owned enterprise, on July 2 announced a strategic partnership and the establishment

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Continental opens new electronics plant in Jina

JINAN, Shandong – German auto supplier Continental Corp. has officially opened a new production facility in Jinan, capital of Shandong Province, to feed increasing demand for interior electronics for commercial vehicles and the aftermarket in China, sdchina.com reported. The wholly-owned facility, Continental Automotive Jinan Co., Ltd., is located in the

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