International Automotive Components started in China in 2006 with two plants making three products for a single customer.
Today IAC operates 11 manufacturing facilities there, supplying interior components from its entire portfolio of instrument panels, overhead systems, door trim, flooring and acoustics to 10 carmakers in the country.
In this video, Brian Pour, vice president of IAC's North Asia Region, introduces the company's new Asian headquarters in Shanghai.
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Generally, when OEMs produce aluminum engine blocks (aluminum rather than cast iron because cast iron weighs like cast iron), they insert sleeves into the piston bores—cast iron sleeves.
Great material savings can be achieved when high temperature-resistant bags are used for reverse masking in paint shops for getting two-tone paint jobs done. Here's how it is done.