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Case Study: Air International US
Since 1996, Air International US (AIUS) has used an outsourced manufacturing strategy instead of maintaining its own facilities. For the first few years

air conditioning  of heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), seat systems, steering systems, metal pressings, fabrication, modular assemblies and rail and bus HVAC systems to the world’s automotive industry. AIUS, which develops passenger vehicle HVAC systems, works closely with the corporate headquarters in Melbourne, Australia, AI offices throughout Asia and Europe and a global network of suppliers and component manufacturers to serve customers like General Motors and Lear Corporation. A COMMITMENT TO

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