FEV opens tech center in India

  • 22-Jul-2009 04:52 EDT

Engineering services company FEV Inc. has opened a tech center in Pune, India, to offer customers low-cost sourcing options. The center, staffing of which is anticipated to reach 70 employees by year's end, will focus on powertrain and vehicle development. Four test benches are part of the center's first phase, with additional resources for engine, transmission, and vehicle testing planned for the second phase. The one in India is FEV's fifth global tech center.

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