BorgWarner Turbo Systems, the turbocharger-making unit of BorgWarner Inc., says it is attempting to extend a license agreement for variable-geometry turbochargers with Honeywell, maker of Garrett-brand turbochargers. The variable-geometry design was the subject of a previous patent dispute between the two companies. A settlement led to Garrett’s licensing of the variable-geometry design to BorgWarner. BorgWarner says it had advised customers that without a new license extension, it would ...
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