Knorr-Bremse seals victory in Haldex takeover battleWed, 07, Dec 2016
German supplier Knorr-Bremse has won the first stage of its battle to take over Sweden's Haldex by obtaining 86.1 percent of the brake systems company's shares before its offer expired Monday. Knorr's offer is still conditional upon the company obtaining clearance from antitrust regulators.
ZF says offer for Haldex might not be its lastThu, 22, Sep 2016
ZF matches Knorr-Bremse's bid for HaldexWed, 14, Sep 2016
German supplier ZF raised its offer for Swedish brake systems maker Haldex to 4.86 billion Swedish crowns ($572 million) today, matching a rival bid from Germany's Knorr-Bremse. Haldex's board unanimously backed ZF's offer, saying it was less likely to be held up by antitrust regulators.
Autonomous cars need lidar to be safe, says ZF chiefWed, 06, Jul 2016
ZF TRW expects to become No. 2 producer of airbag inflatorsSun, 10, Jan 2016
With TRW, ZF can offer advanced driverless techMon, 26, Jan 2015
ZF chief: TRW to keep its own identity -- for nowMon, 26, Jan 2015
ZF expects surging sales of driver-assist systemsMon, 24, Nov 2014
German supplier ZF Friedrichshafen AG, which agreed to buy TRW Automotive Holdings in September for $13.5 billion, expects the combined company's sales of driver-assist safety systems to grow 15 to 25 percent a year. Those technologies, which will underpin tomorrow's autonomous cars, also will be the "major" part of the combined company's $2.1 billion r&d budget, ZF CEO Stefan Sommer said.
ZF CEO: We're not chasing 10-speedsSun, 23, Nov 2014
TRW investment to help Takata replace defective airbags would be short-term, ZF CEO saysMon, 17, Nov 2014
ZF Friedrichshafen is ready to invest more through TRW Automotive in airbag inflator output to meet replacement demand following the recall of defective airbags made by Takata. The investment would not be a strategic shift to win market share, ZF CEO Stefan Sommer said.