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AUBURN HILLS, Mich.,
Nov. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TI Automotive, a leading global supplier of fluid storage, carrying and delivery technology, recently opened its fifth facility in
India. The all-new 73,000-square-foot (6,800-square-meter) facility produces fuel tank systems for Nissan vehicles built in
The new location is TI Automotive's first fuel tank production facility in
India. TI Automotive's other manufacturing locations in
India are in
Chennai and Manesar and produce fluid carrying systems, including brake and fuel lines. More than 80 people are employed at the new
India provides exciting growth opportunities for global suppliers as vehicle production and market demand continue to increase," said
Bill Kozyra, chairman, CEO and president, TI Automotive. "With this new facility, we have expanded our reach to bring our long-standing fuel tank systems expertise to the region in order to meet the needs of our customers."
TI Automotive's industry-leading, award-winning plastic fuel tanks help automakers meet new fuel economy demands by reducing weight and emissions while optimizing packaging. In fact, TI Automotive recently introduced the world's first plastic fuel tanks specifically designed for hybrid vehicles.
"There is a rapidly increasing global demand for plastic fuel tank systems, and as a recognized leader, it is essential that we establish dedicated production facilities in order to support our customer base," said Hans Dieltjens, executive vice president, Fuel Tank Systems, TI Automotive.
About TI AutomotiveFluid thinking™ shapes the mindset of TI Automotive. Global automotive manufacturers turn to TI Automotive for insight and focus to develop industry-changing fluid storage, transfer and delivery technology.
With 20,000 employees at 130 locations worldwide, our strength lies in our ability to creatively meet and exceed the increasing fuel economy and emissions regulations of tomorrow's auto industry.