Growing complexity and pressure to cut development lead times are making it tougher for electronics components and systems suppliers to hit OEM quality targets. But nowhere is that more apparent than at the Tier 2 level and below. William L. Kozyra Continental Teves North America President William L. Kozyra says his company is seeing defect rates on incoming parts that are 10 times what his company is delivering to auto makers. Continental currently is averaging a defect ...
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