IAC runs on consolidated know-how

Miel, Rhoda
April 2008
Plastics News;4/21/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p1
Trade Publication
The article presents information on International Automotive Components Group North America Inc. (IAC) with specific reference to its plant in Huron, Ohio. At Huron, the company is dealing with the short-term effects of an ongoing labor strike at American Axle, which has halted production at some auto assembly plants. IAC is continuing to invest in Lear Corp.-developed technology for two-shot molding capabilities that it can use at other sites.


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