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FAST and Eaton form JV to produce manual transmissions for LCVs

XI’AN, Shaanxi – Leading Chinese commercial vehicle transmission manufacturer Shaanxi Fast Gear (SFGW) and international power management company Eaton signed an agreement here on May 10 to establish a joint venture to manufacture manual transmissions for light-duty commercial vehicles. The JV will be based in the High Tech Zone of Baoji,

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Schaeffler and CPS agree strategic partnership

HERZOGENAURACH, Germany – Schaeffler and CITIC Pacific Special Steel (CPS) signed a strategic partnership agreement here to strengthen their business relationship both economically and technologically, according to a news release by Schaeffler on March 31. The Chinese CITIC Pacific Special Steel Group is China’s largest manufacturer of special steel. CPS

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Chery agrees to sell transmission business to Wanliyang

WUHU, Anhui – Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. has signed an agreement to sell its transmission business to Zhejiang Wanliyang Transmission Co., Ltd., according to media reports. Details of the transaction are still being finalized. When the deal is completed, Chery will become a major shareholder of the transmission maker. Chery

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Hualing releases heavy-duty truck engines at Bauma China 2012

  SHANGHAI – Hualing Xingma Group officially released its self-manufactured heavy-duty truck engines and transmissions on November 27 during the Bauma China 2012, reported cvworld.cn. The two engines, namely the 9.84L CM6D18 and 11.81L CM6D28 engines, adopt a Bosch high-pressure common rail system with regular power of 309 kW and

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Volkswagen to investigate possible FAW infringement on transmissions, engines

  BEIJING – Volkswagen AG claimed it will start an investigation on whether Chinese partner FAW Group has stolen Volkswagen’s engine and transmission designs, reported auto.sina.com.cn on July 27. According to a report from Germany’s business daily Handelsblatt, FAW’s plant in Changchun, without receiving permission from Volkswagen, counterfeited Volkswagen’s MQ

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