TROY, MI – Metro Detroit’s reputation as a hotbed for automotive research and development grows stronger with the arrival of the German-based Schaeffler Group, a supplier of engine, transmission and chassis components and bearings. Schaeffler subsidiary supplies variable cam-timing for new Ford F-150 3-valve 5.4L Triton V-8. Schaeffler opens its $24 million North American Automotive Center here in suburban Detroit to support the privately held Schaeffler Group’s three ...
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