uk Auto Business News - 23 February 2011 Krauss-Maffei Wegmann, a company that provides armoured wheeled and tracked vehicles for the European market, has signed a service contract with Germany-based Daimler AG (NYSE: DAI) (FWB: DAI).
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K-M stands for Krauss-Maffei (German locomotive manufacturer)
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- Kolmogorov-Smirnov (statistical test)
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Krauss-Maffei is now manufacturing twin-screw extruders (from KMD 75 to KMD 114) and single-screw extruders (from KME 45 to KME 90) on a synchronised flow basis.
The Telford business could join forces with German firms Krauss-Maffei and MaK, according to fresh reports, which also claimed GKN is talking to Italy's Agusta about a merger with the British group's Westland helicopter operation.
MPM will merge the extrusion operations of Berstorff GmbH with Krauss-Maffei Kunststoff-technik GmbH into the "new Krauss-Maffei" based in Munich.
In a second step, MPM Holding is being integrated into the 'new Krauss-Maffei', and Netstal Maschinen becomes a subsidiary of Krauss-Maffei.