Almost as soon as governments began testing vehicle emissions, automakers and engine manufacturers found ways to cheat. Indiana-based Cummins Inc., for instance, was involved in a high-profile case in the late 1990s.
Auburn Hills, Michigan-based BorgWarner Inc. announced plans Monday to buy Pendleton-based auto parts maker Remy International Inc.—the 12th largest public company in the Indianapolis area and the 25th largest in Indiana.
The foundry, located on the city’s east side at 5565 Brookville Road, produces engine blocks and heads. Navistar said the closure process will take place during the first half of 2015 and be completed in the summer.