BorgWarner has completed its purchase of a 62 percent stake in German diesel technology company Beru.
The US supplier, which makes turbochargers and other components for engines and drivetrains, aims to increase its diesel-related business.
“Having a majority ownership in Beru gives us additional access to the fast-growing diesel market and enhances our sensor and engine electronics expertise,” said BorgWarner Chairman Timothy Manganello.
Beru, based in Ludwigsburg, Germany, supplies diesel cold starting technology, gasoline ignition technology and electronic and sensor technology.
The company has 2,700 employees.