BorgWarner, an engineering firm based in Auburn Hills, Michigan and with interests throughout the globe, nods to John Deere as one of its top clients as the engineering firm continues working on advancements to its products, according to a press release.
To further improve customer satisfaction, BorgWarner has worked hard to improve the engineering if its signature product, friction plates for clutches. The company strengthened them by making them capable of holding higher torque without slipping.
"With our design, development and testing capabilities, BorgWarner delivers custom engineering support for almost any application," according to John Sanderson, president and general manager of BorgWarner Drivetrain Systems. "Our innovative materials, groove patterns and finishing techniques are once again setting new standards in performance and durability."
The company has a strong record of manufacturing new friction plates for Deere and other companies. And it views a bright future for business development opportunity.
"Driven by demand for BorgWarner's advanced technologies, we anticipate more than 50 percent growth in BorgWarner's friction products for the agricultural and construction market during the next five years," Sanderson said.