Lear Corp. last week officially dedicated its $40 million expansion to its world headquarters and technology center in Southfield, MI. The new facility features an 8,000-sq.-ft. advanced acoustics and testing lab that can test materials, components and vehicles. This means that Lear engineers now will be able to validate the material used on a component, its design and how it works in a vehicle under one roof. One of the cornerstones of the new lab is a 4-wheel chassis, dual-surface ...

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