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Lear group recently issued an official statement saying that the group has completed the acquisition of Eagle Ottawa, a supplier of automotive leather

in August 2014, Lear once said that he would invest 850million US dollars in cash and debt to acquire yinggewotehua. After the completion of the acquisition, it is expected to increase the annual profit per share of the group, which affects the accuracy of the experimental results, by 5%. Lear plans to announce its financial forecast for 2015 in the near future, and the business of Yingge water will also be included at that time

with annual sales of about US $1billion, Eagle gerwater has businesses in North America, Asia and Europe, and its customers include BMW, Daimler, Fiat Chrysler, Toyota, GM, Honda, Hyundai, Jaguar Land Rover, Mazda, Renault Nissan and Toyota

extruder as critical processing equipment In order to expand the car seat business to the global market, Lear is in the stage of uneven M & A expansion, and the acquisition of Yingge water is also part of the plan. In 2012, Lear spent US $257million to acquire Guilford mills, an automotive textile supplier, thereby simplifying the seat production business, and obtained orders from Guilford mills with BMW, Chrysler, Ford and other auto companies

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