Kyoto, Japan-based Nidec plans to invest ¥40 billion-¥50 billion ($489 million-$611 million) over the next five years to scale up production of automotive motors. The supplier will raise output of electric-power steering motors to 20 million units in fiscal 2015. It also plans a nearly 10-fold increase in output of motors for dual-clutch transmissions and oil pumps. Nidec intends to enlarge its production line at its Pinghu, China, factory that now makes all its EPS motors. The supplier ...
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