Toshiba signs contract to supply Ford with 150,000 inverters

Toshiba announced that it has been selected by Ford to supply 150,000 inverters for use in hybrid and plug-in hybrid models, in addition to the motors it already supplies for Ford's hybrid line. Toshiba will open a new production line in its Japanese plant to accommodate the new order. Inverters con...

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