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Supplier Discussions - 2012

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Seven different suppliers will discuss their latest technologies.

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Jon Bereisa, Auto Lectrification LLC
John Burgers, Dana Canada Corporation
Derek De Bono, Valeo
Dusan Graovac, Infineon Technologies AG
Ronald P. Krupitzer, American Iron and Steel Institute
Timothy J. Lawler, Bosch Corp.
Ian M. Sharp, Flybrid Systems LLP

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