SZEKESFEHERVAR, Hungary – Denso Corp. aims at doubling its penetration in the global market for common-rail diesel injection from its current 15%, surpassing everyone but pioneer Robert Bosch GmbH. Manufacturing is at capacity now, at 1.7 million units annually from two plants in Japan, one in Thailand and one here in Hungary. A fifth common-rail plant is to be added next year in Japan, and all existing plants have expansion plans to meet booked growth through 2008. Denso's latest ...
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