CANTON, OH – Against the backdrop of a looming possibility of federal legislators hiking auto industry corporate average fuel economy standards by nearly 50%, one longtime supplier is holding out the promise of a large and immediate efficiency boost – for a comparatively minor investment. At a recent presentation at the company’s technical center here, executives and engineers at the Timken Corp. say that they can make any existing automotive engine as much as 5% more efficient simply by ...
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