HIROSHIMA — Visteon Automotive Systems further strengthens its foothold in the Asia/Pacific region with the purchase of Hiroshima-based Naldec Corp. Naldec engineers and manufactures advanced electronic body and safety vehicle modules. Visteon, the world's No.3 automotive supplier, purchased 100% of Naldec from Mazda Motor Corp. for an undisclosed sum. Currently, the majority of Naldec's sales are to Mazda. Mazda is 33.3% owned by Ford Motor Co., and Visteon is Ford's car component unit. ...

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