got a seatbelt order worth $600 million.
The Swedish company didn't name the customer but said the contract involves several vehicle models. Shipments will start in 2008 and expand in 2010, ending in 2015.
The seatbelt systems will have both pretensioners that tighten the seatbelt at the onset of the crash and load limiters that reduce the risk for bruises and rib fractures in very violent crashes. The products will be manufactured at the company's plants in China, Romania, Poland, Hungary and Mexico, the company added.
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