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SIEMENS/STANADYNE JOIN IN ELECTRONIC DIESEL FUEL INJECTION DEVELOPMENT

SIEMENS/STANADYNE JOIN IN ELECTRONIC DIESEL FUEL INJECTION DEVELOPMENT
 WINDSOR, Conn., March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Siemens AG, a technology leader in electronic engine management systems, and Stanadyne Automotive Corp., the leading independent U.S. manufacturer of diesel fuel injection equipment, have agreed to jointly develop and market electronic diesel fuel injection systems for automotive and light commercial vehicle markets in Europe.
 The technical collaboration between the two firms will provide "state of the art" electronic fueling systems to meet environmental and fuel economy requirements of diesel automotive engines in the mid-1990s.
 Siemens Automotive Division is the automotive systems and components sector of Siemens AG, with business centers in Europe, North America and Southeast Asia. The division provides more than 700 products and systems to the automotive industry. Siemens AG, with annual sales of 73 billion DM, operates more than 200 plants in 49 countries.
 Stanadyne Automotive Corp. has operations in the United States, France, Great Britain, Italy and Japan.
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 /CONTACT: Jeffrey S. Close of Cream Dickson Basford, 203-241-8134, for Stanadyne/ CO: Stanadyne Automotive Corp.; Siemens AG ST: Connecticut IN: AUT SU: JVN


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