FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – Robert Bosch Corp. will need more manufacturing capacity to meet its aggressive growth plans for the automotive electrical/electronics sector. North American revenues for the unit were $670 million last year and are expected to reach $1 billion by 2005. David Robinson Bosch has three North American plants producing electrical/electronic components, and each is going through significant reorganization to accommodate new product or higher volume, says ...
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