DEARBORN, MI – Schaeffler KG’s recent acquisition of 49.99% of Continental AG has sparked rampant speculation about consolidation and integration between the two German auto component suppliers, but Continental’s top North American executive says his operations have seen zero impact and expect none for quite awhile. And with a 4-year agreement limiting Schaeffler’s holdings in Continental to less than 50%, Samir Salman, CEO of Continental’s North American automotive business, says there ...
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