DETROIT (AP) -- BorgWarner Inc. said Friday it will build turbochargers for JCB Power Systems' diesel engines starting in 2012.
The turbos will go into new versions of JCB's 4.4-liter four-cylinder Dieselmax engines that are used in agriculture, construction and materials handling, BorgWarner said in a statement.
The turbos will help JCB meet stricter emissions requirements without particulate filters or after-exhaust treatment, BorgWarner said.
BorgWarner, based in Auburn Hills, Mich., near Detroit, makes turbochargers, exhaust gas recirculation valves and other engine air management systems for cars, trucks and commercial vehicles. The company says its systems improve fuel economy, reduce pollution and make the vehicles perform better.
Shares of BorgWarner fell $1.74, or 4.4 percent, to $37.84 in morning trading amid a broad market decline.