FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – With its January acquisition of Cosworth Technology Ltd., Mahle Group is pursuing aggressively a strategy to engineer, machine and assemble full cylinder-head modules for global auto makers, the company's chairman says. Cosworth Technology, which will be renamed Mahle Powertrain Inc. as of July 1, already machines some 100,000 cylinder-head castings annually. Mahle produces camshafts, valves and all components of the valvetrain, with the exception of valve springs, ...

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