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  Press Relase: DEMAND FOR HYDROFORMED AUTOPARTS HASNíT SLOWED SINCE SEPT. 11
Posted by: Anonymous on Wednesday, June 05, 2002 - 05:37 PM
 
 
All Topics "Hydroformed auto parts continue to be in great demand even after September 11 and they continue to increasingly replace conventional automotive parts", says Ken O. Eldib, President of GLOBAL TRADE CONSULTING, Indianapolis, Indiana. The company has just released an all new market research report on hydroformed auto parts at the Big-Three and OEM autoparts makers in North America.

GLOBAL TRADE CONSULTING, new report focuses on the applications for hydroformed auto parts by the big-three automakers and who is making these parts. Major automotive applications for hydroformed auto parts, include; frame rails, exhaust system parts, radiator supports and engine cradles with many new applications currently under development.

An important new development, is the emergence of sheet hydroforming for making lighter weight parts. Tube hydroforming, still however provides the great bulk of hydroformed auto parts made in North America. Aluminum is also emerging as a feasible material for hydroformed auto parts and is poised to make inroads into this market now dominated by carbon and stainless steel. New North American hydroforming plants also have gone on line, including in Mexico.

Hydroforming is even mentioned now on TV commercials and in magazine advertisements by auto makers, touting this technology as enhancing some of their latest car and truck models.

The leading manufacturers of hydroformed auto parts are identified in GLOBAL TRADE CONSULTING's new report, including details on the types of parts they make, estimated production volume, materials and equipment used. Some of the leading manufacturers of hydroformed auto parts in North America are Dana Corporation, Tower Automotive and Magna International. General Motors is the leader among the big-three and has built itís own hydroforming capacity as has Ford, while Chrysler continues to rely primarily on outsourcing for procurement of their hydroformed parts.

GLOBAL TRADE CONSULTINGís report includes data on; which car, van and truck models use hydroformed parts, what are these parts, who makes them and who supplies the equipment and materials to the hydrofomers researched.

For more information, contact GLOBAL TRADE CONSULTING, Indianapolis, IN USA.
www.globaltradeconsulting.com
E-mail: info@globaltradeconsulting.com

PRESS RELEASE BY GLOBAL TRADE CONSULTING


 
 
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