Like a shopping mall losing its anchors, the Society of Automotive Engineers will hold its 2001 World Congress and Exhibition in Detroit without five giants from the automotive supplier community. Delphi Automotive Systems Corp., Visteon Corp., Lear Corp. Dana Corp. and the Budd Co. have notified SAE that they will not exhibit at the world's largest gathering of automotive engineers March 5-8 at Detroit's Cobo Center. The reasons are many. Tier 1 suppliers are increasingly using private ...
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