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Seat manufacturers must develop seats that are lighter, offer more space for occupants and incorporate environmentally friendly materials. Yet space creation inside the vehicle has become critical with the explosion of added content and features. Discerning tastes also mean consumers want more flexible living space within their cars. To find out how Magna Seating is meeting these demands, Matthew Beecham talked with three of the company’s top executives, namely Randy Koenigsknecht, VP Sales & Marketing, Jeff Lambert, VP Engineering and Global IT Services, Dino Nardicchio, Executive Director, Advanced Engineering and Consumer Interface Products.
Magna has posted 2013 net income of US$458m with sales of US$34.84bn - an increase of 13% compared to the same period ended December, 2012.
Magna International and Italian intellectual property company, bi-on, have signed a cooperation agreement to start R&D activities on the use of bio plastics for the automotive industry.
Magna International Inc., through its Magna Exteriors operating unit, and Chongquing Guangneng Rongneng Trim Co., Ltd., have announced the formation of a 50/50 joint-venture partnership for the assembly of front-end modules (FEMs).
Magna International on Thursday (30 January, 2014) said its Magna Steyr contract assembly unit in Graz, Austria, had secured a new contract with BMW.
Magna International has forecast North American light vehicle production in 2014 at 16.7m units with output of 19.1m in Europe.
Huge sheets of ice are progressing in a stately manner down the Detroit River outside the Cobo and with forecast of snow this afternoon, it will feel more like Michigan in January than yesterday's almost balmy temperatures.
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