KARIYA, Japan – Denso Corp., Japan’s leading supplier of common-rail fuel-injection systems for diesel engines, expects to boost production of its most advanced, 1,800-bar (26,100-psi) direct-injection system to around 500,000 units in the current business year and more than 800,000 in fiscal 2005. “Then by the end of the decade, we expect global sales to more than double, with a substantial portion of production shifting offshore to Thailand and Hungary (to Denso Thailand Co., Ltd. and ...

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