Delphi, Japanese seat-belt maker join forces

Miel, Rhoda
October 2000
Automotive News;10/9/2000, Vol. 75 Issue 5898, p40H
Trade Publication
Reports on Delphi Automotive Systems' formation of a joint venture called Delphi Automotive Systems-Ashimori LLC with Japanese company Ashimori Industry Co. Ltd. to make seat belts. Delphi's increased access to Japanese car manufacturers; Enabling of Delphi to leverage its expertise in electronics, airbags and seat belts into its Integrated Safety System; Ashimori's share of the Japanese seat belt market.


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