Jul 29, 2009

Kariya (Japan) ―DENSO Corporation today announced global financial results for the first quarter ending June 30, 2009:
• Consolidated net sales totaled 584.9 billion yen (US$6.1 billion), a 40.6 percent decrease from the previous year.
• Consolidated operating loss totaled 15.2 billion yen (US$158.3 million), a decrease of 89.4 billion yen (US$930.7 million) from the previous year’s operating income of 74.2 billion yen (US$772.4 million).
• Consolidated net loss totaled...

May 20, 2009

LONG BEACH, Calif. – DENSO Sales California announced today the availability of a new 2009 Starter and Alternator catalog (#SA-CAT-0409) for its First Time Fit® Starter and Alternator line. The expanded catalog includes 105 new part numbers, 165 additional product photos and 163 new applications covering more than 10 million additional units in operation (UIO).

The catalog covers automotive, light truck and van applications, and incorporates many vehicle segments, from sub-compacts...

May 20, 2009

LONG BEACH, Calif. – DENSO Sales California announced today the availability of a new 2009 Starter and Alternator catalog (#SA-CAT-0409) for its First Time Fit® Starter and Alternator line. The expanded catalog includes 105 new part numbers, 165 additional product photos and 163 new applications covering more than 10 million additional units in operation (UIO).

The catalog covers automotive, light truck and van applications, and incorporates many vehicle segments, from sub-compacts...

May 19, 2009

LONG BEACH, Calif. – DENSO Sales California announced today the availability of a new 2009 Starter and Alternator catalog (#SA-CAT-0409) for its First Time Fit® Starter and Alternator line. The expanded catalog includes 105 new part numbers, 165 additional product photos and 163 new applications covering more than 10 million additional units in operation (UIO).

The catalog covers automotive, light truck and van applications, and incorporates many vehicle segments, from sub-compacts...

May 19, 2009

KARIYA (Japan) ―DENSO Corporation and Robert Bosch GmbH have agreed to discontinue their joint development activities for diesel particulate filters (DPF). As a result of this decision, the “Advanced Diesel Particulate Filters Sp.zo.o.” joint venture (ADIF for short) is to be disbanded by the end of 2009. Founded in 2007, the purpose of ADIF was to develop, manufacture, and market efficient and cost-effective DPF filters made of cordierite ceramic.

The two companies have agreed that...

May 19, 2009

KARIYA (Japan) ―DENSO Corporation and Robert Bosch GmbH have agreed to discontinue their joint development activities for diesel particulate filters (DPF). As a result of this decision, the “Advanced Diesel Particulate Filters Sp.zo.o.” joint venture (ADIF for short) is to be disbanded by the end of 2009. Founded in 2007, the purpose of ADIF was to develop, manufacture, and market efficient and cost-effective DPF filters made of cordierite ceramic.

The two companies have agreed that...

May 18, 2009

KARIYA (Japan) ―DENSO Corporation and Robert Bosch GmbH have agreed to discontinue their joint development activities for diesel particulate filters (DPF). As a result of this decision, the “Advanced Diesel Particulate Filters Sp.zo.o.” joint venture (ADIF for short) is to be disbanded by the end of 2009. Founded in 2007, the purpose of ADIF was to develop, manufacture, and market efficient and cost-effective DPF filters made of cordierite ceramic.

The two companies have agreed that...

May 18, 2009

KARIYA (Japan) ―DENSO Corporation has developed the world’s first passenger vehicle air conditioning system that uses ejector technology. The ejector, which is a small refrigerant injector, contributes to an overall reduction in power consumption. The system will be installed on the new Prius, introduced by Toyota this month.

“With increasing demand for technologies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and preserve the environment, DENSO has been accelerating its efforts to develop...

May 18, 2009

KARIYA (Japan) ―DENSO Corporation has developed the world’s first passenger vehicle air conditioning system that uses ejector technology. The ejector, which is a small refrigerant injector, contributes to an overall reduction in power consumption. The system will be installed on the new Prius, introduced by Toyota this month.

“With increasing demand for technologies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and preserve the environment, DENSO has been accelerating its efforts to develop...

May 17, 2009

KARIYA (Japan) ―DENSO Corporation has developed the world’s first passenger vehicle air conditioning system that uses ejector technology. The ejector, which is a small refrigerant injector, contributes to an overall reduction in power consumption. The system will be installed on the new Prius, introduced by Toyota this month.

“With increasing demand for technologies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and preserve the environment, DENSO has been accelerating its efforts to develop...

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