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TI Automotive

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TI Automotive develops, manufactures and supplies automotive fluid storage, carrying and delivery systems.

2000 The company was created when Smiths Group divested its newly acquired automotive business creating TI Automotive Ltd.

2005 TI Automotive’s “Ship-In-a-Bottle” self-contained unit packages the fuel pump and piezo-electric fuel-level sensor inside the fuel tank; the technology meets the future LEV II evaporative emissions standards.

2007 TI Automotive was taken private

2008 William "Bill" L. Kozyra was named chairman, chief executive officer and president of TI Automotive in May 2008.

2015 TI Automotive was acquired by Bain Capital

2016 23,000 employees at 130 locations in 29 countries.[1]

2016 The company has 23,000 employees at 130 locations in 29 countries, and supplies all of the world's major automobile manufacturers. TI Automotive serves the automotive aftermarket through Bundy, Walbro and Marwal brands. The company's headquarters were located in Oxford, UK, with Corporate Offices based in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

2017 TI Automotive was admitted to the London Stock Exchange under the name TI Fluid Systems plc.

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