PARIS – TI Automotive expects California's strict limits on fuel evaporation will help it gain market share in the fuel tank system business. "We have brought proof to the market in the past nine months" about the ability of TI's plastic fuel tanks to limit or eliminate evaporative losses, says Manouchehr Kambakhsh, vice-president of advanced engineering at TI Group Automotive Systems Technology Center in Rastatt, Germany. "Their confidence in plastic has built up. And we are the only one ...
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