New South Korea transmissions factory for BorgWarner

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BorgWarner’s transmission division has opened a new factory in South Korea to meet growing demand for its products.

The new 17,000m² facility is the company’s third transmission manufacturing plant in the country, and will produce a variety of automatic transmission components, including clutch models, clutch sets and friction sets.

The company says that the size of the new factory will also provide space for engineering, sales and administrative functions, as well as offer space for future expansion.

BorgWarner Transmission Systems president Robin Kendrick said, “We are excited to expand production in South Korea, supplying advanced transmission technologies to help improve performance and fuel economy for drivers around the world.”

October 27, 2015

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