TRW purchase adds airbag versatility

Prizinsky, David
September 1997
Automotive News;9/29/1997, Vol. 71 Issue 5733, p22D
Trade Publication
Announces that TRW Inc. is acquiring a helium gas inflator technology from a California firm, AirBelt Systems LLC. The purchase keeping TRW as the world's largest airbag producer; The technology's advantages of cost control and inflation with less force.


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