Flawed Fuel Tank Flanges Could Trigger Massive Recalls

Fuel tank flanges that may crack, leak and cause a fire could prompt at least eight carmakers to recall millions of vehicles.


12 Suppliers Win PACE Awards for Innovations

The winners of this year’s PACE Awards (Premier Automotive Suppliers’ Contribution to Excellence) for product and process innovations related to production vehicles include 12 companies from five countries.


TI Automotive Opens Third Fuel Tank Plant in China

TI Automotive Ltd. has opened a new fuel tank systems production facility in Baoding, China.


TI Automotive Buys Indiana Powertrain Supplier

TI Automotive LLC has acquired Millennium Industries Corp., a Ligonier, Ind.-based powertrain component supplier, for an undisclosed price.  


TI Automotive Opens New HQ

TI Automotive Ltd. has moved to new corporate headquarters in Auburn Hills, Mich.


TI Automotive Completes Sale to Bain Capital

TI Automotive Ltd. has completed its long-awaited sale to Bain Capital.


Supplying engines with fuel may sound easy, but the challenge is becoming significantly sophisticated as carmakers strive to make vehicles simultaneously more powerful and energy efficient.


Bain to Buy TI Automotive

Oxford, England-based TI Automotive Ltd. has agreed to be acquired by private-equity firm Bain Capital LLC.


TI Automotive Arranging New Debt to Fund Dividend?

Ti Automotive Ltd.'s owners are setting up a $1.25 billion loan to refinance the company's debt and pay themselves a $435 million dividend, says Bloomberg News, which cites unnamed sources.


Cooper-Standard Ponders Bid for TI Automotive

Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc. is evaluating a possible takeover bid for rival TI Automotive Ltd., according to Reuters, which cites unnamed sources.


TI Automotive Ponders New Bid

TI Automotive Ltd. has postponed a vote on a planned $2 billion sales to Bain Capital Partners so it can review a new offer from London-based Pamplona Capital Management, according to Bloomberg News.


TI Automotive Close to $2 Billion Sale

TI Automotive is close to agreement to sell itself to Bain Capital Partners LLC for as much as $2 billion, sources tell Bloomberg News.

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