AUBURN HILLS, MI – Suppliers must become more involved in the vehicle regulatory process, says Stephen Kratzke, associate administrator for safety performance standards at the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. (NHTSA). While suppliers enjoy increasing influence on auto design and engineering, their activity on the regulatory front has “barely shifted,” Kratzke tells the Society of Plastic Engineers’ Global Automotive Safety Conference. During his tenure at NHTSA, Kratzke says he’s ...

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