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steering

Patient care The directing by a physician or health care worker of an 'unattached' Pt to a particular physician or group for followup after being seen in an emergency room or other neutral health care setting. See Unattached patient. Cf Flipping.
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Automotive Steering Roll Connectors will be used primarily by passenger cars in 2021
Commenting on the report, an analyst from Technavio's team said: "Automobile manufacturers and consumers are shifting their focus to more-efficient, safer and smarter, and small and lightweight (small and less weight means reduced fuel consumption, in turn reducing emissions) automotive steering systems.
The global automotive steering system market is fragmented due to the presence of well-diversified global and regional vendors.
The report analyzes the markets for automotive steering system market across regions
Browse the full Automotive Steering Systems Market Report at http://www.
6% market share in China automotive steering system industry, while electric power system accounted for 24.
He will also assume responsibility for the new Automotive Steering division.
com/research/b031cb/global_market_revi) has announced the addition of the "Global Market Review of Automotive Steering Systems - Forecasts to 2016" report to their offering.
com/research/fc9dc4/global_market_revi) has announced the addition of the "Global Market Review of Automotive Steering Systems - Forecasts to 2014" report to their offering.
Strong sales in industrial markets and the favorable impact of currency were partially offset by the impact of the strategic divestment of the company's automotive steering and European steel tube manufacturing operations.
Strong sales in industrial markets were partially offset by the strategic divestment of the company's automotive steering and European steel tube manufacturing operations in prior periods.
NASDAQ:KBALB), announced today that the Company's Kimball Electronics-Poland facility has been awarded a major new business program to manufacture automotive steering systems for the European market.

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