DETROIT – Disassemble an average car and you’ll find as many as 320 parts made by Freudenberg or its Freudenberg NOK joint venture. Some will come from deep inside, such as crankshaft seals. Carpeting and headliners are plain to see. Other components fall somewhere in the middle, such as lubricants for the needles on analog gauges. So, as auto sales continue on their upward trajectory, the 165-year-old German conglomerate’s automotive business is producing more parts, and ...

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