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Woodbridge Offers the Broadest Range of BioFoam(TM) 'Green' Polyurethane Automotive Interior Applications
Date:1/14/2008

h Cargill to validate Bio- Polyols for automotive applications. Cargill has performed a life cycle analysis, which reveals this technology reduces; global warming emissions by 36 percent, non-renewable energy use by 61 percent, and reduces total energy demand. Over the next 3 years Woodbridge targets BioFoam's Green Polyol inclusion to reach; 30% for overhead components, occupant protection foams, seat cushions, and the 50% mark for head restraints. Woodbridge continues to receive interest from numerous OEMs and Tier Ones for multiple future programs. Several vehicles launching in 2008 will feature BioFoam products. In cooperation with Magna, the recently announced 2008 Ford Escape is one of the latest examples.

The Woodbridge Group is a Canadian company with 63 facilities operating in 21 countries, and is a global leader in the development and production of polyurethane products. Automotive applications include components for seating, structural support, occupant protection, headliner systems and acoustical management, as well as a full range of value added services including engineering and design, supply chain management, assembly, sequencing and JIT delivery solutions. For more information, visit http://www.woodbridgegroup.com.

Contact:

Tom Justrich, Director, Global Marketing

Phone: 905-896-3626

Email: thomas_justrich@woodbridgegroup.com


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