Honeywell Sees Turbocharger Demand Surging by 2018

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By Paul Lienert DETROIT, Oct 7 (Reuters) - The use of turbo chargers to boost power in smaller automotive engines is expected to increase rapidly over the next five years, with the greatest growth anticipated in China, according to Honeywell International Inc, a major player in the sector. Driving the growth spurt are twin pressures on the global auto industry to reduce fuel consumption and exhaust emissions, which in turn are driving an industry-wide reduction in engine ...

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