WARREN, MI — TI Automotive recently won contracts in its fuel systems division valued at more than $1.2 billion from automotive manufacturers in Europe, Asia and North America.
Beginning with 2006-model-year production, the fourth-quarter contract awards include complete fuel systems and subsystems for a range of products, including luxury sedans and sport-utility vehicles. The contracts cover both diesel- and gasoline-powered vehicles which meet LEVII and PZEV requirements. Combined, the contracts involve more than 800,000 units annually, the company said.
“Several of these new-business wins include products from our recently acquired TI Pierburg pump division, as well as leading-edge tank-system solutions,” said Brian Lindsay, managing director of sales and purchasing for the company’s global fuel systems division.
Fuel-system components called for under the new contracts will be produced at various TI Automotive plants around the world.
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