Eaton Corp., which produces 300 million automotive valves a year, has landed a significant contract in its quest to supply fully assembled cylinder head modules. In January, Eaton will begin assembling cylinder heads for Ford Motor Co.'s twin-cam Duratec V-6s as overflow from Ford's Cleveland engine plant No.2, Ward's has learned. Eaton will build the units to specification at its Saginaw, MI, plant, integrating components from multiple suppliers. But the Cleveland-based supplier hopes ...

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