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US-based 3M is a technology company comprising five divisions. 3M Automotive sits within the industrial division and supplies adhesives, seals, trims and other components to OEMs and the aftermarket. In 2013, 3M derived 36.1% of its sales from the US.

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The report looks at 48V implementation in two major areas: mild-hybrids and non-hybrid applications, analyzing the demand on both global and regional basis. It also recognizes the key growth drivers and challenges.

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After going bankrupt in 2012, A123 Systems is now owned by China-based Wanxiang Group and makes rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and battery systems for automotive OEMs. The company expects to increase 2015 sales by 15% from USD200 million in 2014.

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APPICO Hitech is Thailand’s largest jig designer and manufacturer. It makes auto parts and components as a Thai tier one supplier. In 2013, total company sales increased 1.1% to USD516.4m. Sales decreased 9.8% in Thailand.

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Canada-based ABC Group makes plastic parts for automotive, industrial and packaging markets. For automotive, it makes interior, exterior, fuel and engine systems. It is expanding into China, reducing its dependency on the North American market.

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Ace Polymers Industries is a Malaysian tier one supplier to carmaker, Proton and supplies plastic modules and components to other auto OEMs. Industry analysts consider its heavy reliance on Proton as a risk.

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South Korea-based Automotive Components Specialty, subsidiary of Pyeong Hwa Automotive, makes actuators and other auto components for OEMs and tier one suppliers. Its total sales fell 31.9% in 2013.

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Acumuladores Moura is a leading automotive battery supplier in Brazil with 55% market share. It supplies both OEM and REM battery markets for automotive, electric, stationary storage and marine batteries.

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US-based Advanced Battery Technologies makes rechargeable polymer lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles and operates three manufacturing subsidiaries in China. 2012 sales increased 8.14% to USD135.7m. Growing EV sales should aid company growth.

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Aeolus Tire is one of China’s top 10 tire makers, top 100 auto suppliers, one of the largest all-steel truck radial tire makers and the country’s biggest engineering vehicle tire manufacturer. In 2013, its sales decreased 4% to USD1.09 billion.

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China-based Shanghai Aerospace Automobile Electromechanical Co. makes photovoltaic batteries, automotive components and new materials for auto OEMs. In 2013, net sales increased 120% to USD551 million due to increased demand for photovoltaic batteries.

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Japan-based Automotive Energy Supply Corporation (AESC) makes rechargeable lithium-ion batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles. The company is a joint-venture between Nissan, NEC Corporation and NEC Tokin. Total sales reached USD532.3 million in 2012.

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