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 DOHC V-6 Duratec engines as overflow from Ford's Cleveland engine plant No. 2, WEVTU learns. Eaton will build the units to specification at its Saginaw, MI, plant, integrating components from multiple suppliers. But the Cleveland-based supplier hopes to ...

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