Beginning with Job 1, the 2002 Cadillac Seville will receive a new rear bumper module that replaces today's foam energy absorbing layer with a new, injection-molded energy absorber. The system was developed by LDM Technologies, Inc., Auburn Hills, MI, which also will supply the entire rear bumper module on a just-in-time basis to the Hamtramck plant where the Seville is assembled. William Kessler, an LDM senior vice president, says the development process took about two years. The LDM ...
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