TOKYO – Riding along with the Toyota Motor Corp. juggernaut, Aisin AW Co. Ltd., Japan's leading manufacturer of automatic transmissions, has visions of becoming a significantly larger company in the coming five years. In an interview with Ward’s here, Aisin AW President Taka Taniguchi says the supplier hopes to take a 20% share of the global automatic-transmission market, which he forecasts will grow to 35 million units in 2010. For Aisin AW, a subsidiary of Aisin Seiki Co., in turn an ...

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