Behr America Inc., a supplier of air conditioning and engine cooling systems, breaks ground for a new plant in Webberville, MI, to produce the first electronically actuated engine cooling fan clutches for a high-volume General Motors Corp. vehicle beginning in 2001. The facility is part of the German-based supplier's positioning for a larger piece of the North American air conditioning and engine cooling market. The 60,000-sq.-ft. plant will employ 150 people and is actually a small part ...
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