HOLLAND, MI – Johnson Controls Inc. says its new line of CrafTec interior processes for injection-molded plastic interior components is helping auto makers respond to consumers' increasing desire for attractive, high-quality interiors in affordable vehicles. Combining craftsmanship and technology, the CrafTec Partial Mold-Behind (PMB) Multi-Color Injection (MCI), and Partial Foam-in-Place (PFIP) interior systems first were highlighted by JCI's Ikanos interior concept vehicle that bowed at ...

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