Federal-Mogul beefs up engineering resources in China

  • 01-Jul-2010 03:57 EDT
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Federal-Mogul engineers at the Shanghai Tech Center review data outside an engine test cell.

Federal-Mogul Corp. on June 25 held a grand opening for its 9000-m² (97,000-ft²) Asia Pacific Headquarters and Technical Center in Shanghai. About 200 engineers work at the facility, which includes powertrain dynamometers, vehicle and braking test cells, and an array of laboratory equipment. The company operates seven plants in China, and the Shanghai tech center is the company’s 18th globally. Plans are to hire about 100 more engineers at the Shanghai tech center, said a company spokesman, adding that Federal-Mogul is in engineer-hiring mode across the globe.

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