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Back To Diesel Products>BorgWarner to Supply MAN

By: Zacks Equity Research July 08, 2010

BorgWarner (BWA - Analyst Report) has announced that it will supply its regulated two-stage turbocharger technology to MAN. MAN is a Munich, Germany-based manufacturer of vehicles, engines and mechanical engineering equipment.

MAN will utilize the turbocharger technology for its common-rail, four-cylinder and six-cylinder diesel engines in order to power medium-duty trucks and urban buses in the Latin American market from 2012. BorgWarner’s two-stage turbocharging system had been developed at its Campinas facility in Brazil in close cooperation with MAN.

Incorporating the turbocharging technology will enable MAN to meet the stricter emission requirements in Brazil, based on Euro V standards. With a share of more than 30%, MAN leads the Brazilian truck market. The technology will help MAN to further strengthen its base in Latin America’s largest economy.
The turbochargers are produced by BorgWarner Turbo Systems and are designed to improve fuel economy, reduce emissions and optimize vehicle performance. They are used in diesel- and gasoline-powered passenger cars, light trucks and commercial vehicles.

BorgWarner is one of the six major suppliers of turbochargers in North America and Europe, with a 25% market share. India and China are expected to account for 50% of the growth in the turbocharger business in the next 10 years, and BorgWarner ranks second in both markets.

Advances in turbocharger design, manufacturing and materials are expected to boost the growth of turbochargers for advanced diesel and gasoline direct injected engines (GDI) in the next few years at BorgWarner. The market for turbocharged GDI engines is expected to increase from about 2.5 million units in 2009 to over 6 million units by 2012.

However, BorgWarner faces strong competition in the face of path-breaking technologies being developed by competitors, which could reduce demand for its products. The company’s primary competitors include Bosch of Germany, Denso and Hitachi of Japan, Honeywell and Magna International (MGA - Analyst Report) of the U.S. and Valeo of France.
As a result, we recommend the shares of BorgWarner as “Hold” (Zacks #3 Rank) in the short term (1–3 Months).

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