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IAC: Lighter Interiors

One of the biggest challenges for auto interiors suppliers today is providing customers with lighter components that don't compromise the vehicle's safety and performance.
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One of the biggest challenges for auto interiors suppliers today is providing customers with lighter components that don't compromise the vehicle's safety and performance.

IAC is responding by adding natural materials such as bamboo, wheat husks and corn waste that lower petroleum content, produce better-looking components and help reduce weight as much as 40%, says David Ladd, executive director of marketing and communications.

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