NEWCASTLE, U.K. – The growing use of adhesives in the manufacture of automotive interiors not only is helping to meet the demands of consumers in terms of aesthetics and car performance, but also is helping auto makers meet environmental regulations. Could these bonding processes be used more widely in the construction of automotive exteriors in the near future? Increasing fuel prices coupled with drivers' demands for improved performance have meant the use of lighter materials, such as ...
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