Modine Manufacturing awarded EGR program from Great Wall

  • 19-Jun-2008 09:03 EDT

Modine Manufacturing Co. has won programs from Great Wall Motor in Baoding, Hebei Province, China, valued at $14 million to supply exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) coolers for 2.0-L diesel engines. These programs will begin in 2009 and extend over the next five years. EGR coolers recirculate exhaust gas from the engine to control both particulates and nitrous oxide emissions in the exhaust, keeping the air cleaner and burning fuel more efficiently. The EGR coolers will be manufactured beginning in 2009 at Modine’s Changzhou manufacturing plant, located in Changzhou, JiangSu Province, China.

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