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Friedrichshafen

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southern Germany on the Lake of Constance. The Zeppelin aircraft works were located here during World War I. Population: 58,300.

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  • Under its former name, MTU Friedrichshafen, Tognum was a fully owned unit of Daimler before the car maker sold it to Swedish private-equity group EQT Partners in 2006 for about €1.6 billion in a restructuring.

    Rolls-Royce, Daimler Fail to Raise Tognum Bid

  • Daimler sold Tognum, then called MTU Friedrichshafen, at the end of 2005 for €1.6 billion to Swedish financial investor EQT as part of a wide-ranging restructuring.

    Daimler, Rolls Take Full Tognum Control

  • In April, Chrysler announced had developed an eight-speed with Germany's ZF Friedrichshafen AG to go on sale later this year.

    LG, GM to Team on Electric Cars

  • MUMBAI - Wind turbine maker Suzlon Energy Ltd. Thursday said it has concluded the sale of its 26.06% stake in Belgium's Hansen Transmissions International N.V . to ZF Friedrichshafen AG.

    Suzlon Energy Concludes Sale of Hansen Transmissions Stake

  • At the time, Suzlon Energy's wholly owned unit, AE-Rotor Holding BV, signed an "irrevocable undertaking" to sell its 26.06% stake in Hansen to ZF Friedrichshafen for about GBP115 million.

    Suzlon Energy Concludes Sale of Hansen Transmissions Stake

  • In July, ZF Friedrichshafen AG had made a cash offer worth 66 pence a share, or GBP444.8 million, for all of industrial machinery firm Hansen Transmissions.

    Suzlon Energy Concludes Sale of Hansen Transmissions Stake

  • Since 2007, residents of Friedrichshafen in Germany, have been testing the latest in state-of-the-art information and communication technology as part of Deutsche Telekom's T-City project.

    Innovation

  • DETROIT—To understand what the steel industry is up against in dominating the car market, consider seven cubes displayed by German auto-parts giant ZF Friedrichshafen AG at the Detroit auto show, which ended Sunday.

    New Steel Rolled Out for Cars

  • Earlier Monday, ZF Friedrichshafen said it had agreed a cash offer for industrial machinery firm Hansen Transmissions International worth 66 pence a Hansen Share, or £444.8 million.

    Suzlon to Sell 26.06% Hansen Transmissions Stake

  • Suzlon Energy said its unit has signed an "irrevocable undertaking" to sell its 26.06% equity interest in Hansen Transmissions International to ZF Friedrichshafen for about £115 million.

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