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ITS

Abbreviation for:
Independent Tribunal Service (now, the Appeals Service) 
inferior temporal sulcus
Initial Tracing Service  
insulin-transferrin-selenium
intertubercular sulcus
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This area will exhibit products offered by the Hitachi Automotive Systems Group in India such as air flow sensors, shock absorbers and ignition coils.
Hitachi Automotive Systems Indonesia will construct the new plant on a 55,000 m2 site located in the Greenland International Industrial Center in Bekasi, West Java, and plan to start operation of the new plant in summer 2016.
As part of the expansion and strengthening of its global automotive components business, Hitachi Automotive Systems is focusing on establishing its operations in India, where the automotive market is expected to continue registering strong growth over the long term.
Moving forward, Hitachi Automotive Systems will continue to support automotive manufacturers in the practical application of vehicle-equipped autonomous driving technology and its increasing adoption.
Hitachi Automotive Systems will further spread high-function systems in Europe and contribute to the protection of the environment through Volkswagen's FAST partner opportunity.
With the Hitachi Automotive Systems, and the Airbiquity-created platform forming a central hub in the smart-grid network, the partnership paves the way for creating gateway infrastructures that can be linked with smart-grid systems.
Going forward, Hitachi Automotive Systems will contribute to the development of electric vehicles while also helping to conserve the environment by providing electric powertrain products such as high performance and highly reliable lithium-ion batteries for the electric vehicle market, which is predicted to continue expanding.
As part of the settlement, Hitachi and Hitachi Automotive Systems will pay the European Commission a fine of 26.
Automotive Systems AG (Listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange), a global leader in thermal comfort for the automotive industry, today announced that its subsidiary Windsor, Ontario, Canada-based W.
announced today that it has decided to carry out an absorption-type merger of wholly owned subsidiaries Hitachi Automotive Systems Steering, Ltd.
Hitachi Automotive Systems Group will showcase a wide range of aftermarket products at this year's event.
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