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US: Daicel to push forward planned airbag inflator factory


Japan’s Daicel Corp announced recently it would move to construct its second US plant to produce airbag inflators earlier than originally planned. The Japanese auto safety equipment supplier said its second US factory would be constructed in early 2016, pushing ahead the original strategy in part of the rising demand from automakers for production alternatives for the potentially flawed and deadly ...
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