USA: Metaldyne inks Mazda powder metal forging agreement
Plymouth, Michigan-based Metaldyne has signed an agreement with Mazda Motor Corporation, allowing the car maker to use its powder metal forged connecting rod technology in its new I4 global engine programme. The engine is used in the new Atenza/Mazda 6 now being launched around the world and will also be installed in a number of future Ford and Mazda models.
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