Canada’s National Research Council announces a C$45 million ($43.8 million) project to develop innovative aluminum technology to reduce the weight of cars, trucks, trailers and buses. Council members tell auto makers at the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Assn.’s annual conference in Windsor, ON, Canada, it is forming a research-and-development consortium that will bring together industry partners from throughout the manufacturing supply chain to address issues in advanced ...

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