Johnson Matthey - Detroit Testing Facility

Detroit, Michigan
United States,

Johnson Matthey's technology presence in Detroit, the home of the US automobile industry, which until now has been primarily served by its North American Technology Centre located in the Philadelphia area. It will enhance the company's position as a full service supplier to all its customers in the US and around the world.

Johnson Matthey - Detroit Testing Facility was acquired by Johnson Matthey on February 04, 1999.

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Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, automotive ranked 17 in number of deals in 1999. The largest automotive acquisition in 1999 was Allied Signal - which was acquired by Honeywell International for $13.8B.

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