Top executives of Britain-based TI Group plc say they'll spend the next 60-90 days touring Walbro Corp. facilities, as the company takes stock of its new TI Group Automotive Systems operations established last week. TI Automotive consists of the newly acquired Walbro Corp. (fuel storage and delivery) and TI's Bundy Automotive (fluid carrying systems) operations, which already include the 1998 acquisition of S&H Fabricating and Engineering (precision tubes for air conditioning, heating ...
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