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August 20th, 2007

Bearings offer corrosion resistance

Abstract:
Mrs Maria-Elisabeth Schaeffler, partner of INA-Holding Schaeffler KG, emphasised the outstanding importance of R&D for Schaeffler, particularly with regard to innovation: "By opening the new Surface Technology Centre, our group of companies is intensifying its commitment to the future, particularly in nanotechnology, and is expanding its expertise in rapidly converting research results into innovative and efficient products."

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