The door is open to growth in the closure-module market, says Paul Stroz, Intier Automotive Inc. vice president. “Our internal research is leaning towards the door system side – particularly door modules,” says Stroz, who heads the closure-modules team of Intier’s newly established Closures Group. The entire closure-modules market will double within five years, the supplier says. And North America represents the richest untapped frontier, Stroz tells Ward's. “We think that the OEMs ...

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