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DENSO To Build Power Electronics Evaluation Facility At Site Of Anjo Plant In Japan

With an investment of approximately $126 million, construction of the facility is scheduled to begin on March 1, 2013, and is expected to be complete by late November.

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KARIYA, Japan — DENSO Corp. has announced it will build an evaluation facility tostrengthen its development of power electronics products, such as invertersused in hybrid vehicles worldwide, on the site of its Anjo Plant in Anjo, Aichi, Japan.
 
With an investment of approximately $126 million, construction of the facility is scheduled to begin on March 1, 2013, and isexpected to be complete by late November. The facility will begin operations in April 2014.
 
“At our new facility, we will evaluate the performance of our power electronics products as well as conduct research and development of next-generation products,” said Masahiko Miyaki, senior executive director responsible for DENSO’s Powertrain Control Systems Business Group. “The new facility will allow us to evaluate product performance more accurately, and by sharing the evaluation results with the R&D group, we can increase our development efficiency – and create more competitiveproducts.”

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