Barden becomes affiliated with FAG, and now forms the nucleus of its Aircraft and Super Precision (ACSP) Division.
LuK, Inc. receives a patent for the Self Adjusting Clutch (SAC) which is designed for vehicles with manual transmissions. This clutch has the ability to exceed the service life of the vehicle.
LuK, Inc. is the “1994 Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year” LuK, Inc. supplies over 50% of all automatic and manual transmission clutches to the Big 3 automakers.
To better serve the customer, LuK, Inc. brings all the product developers into one area by adding the 60,000 sq. ft. engineering expansion.
INA Plant 2 completes its’ 5th expansion with 19,000 square feet for grinding of mechanical bucket lifters.
LuK, Inc. builds a 100,000 sq. ft. facility to house the new torque converter business for Allison. Wooster is the first LuK, Inc. location to manufacture torque converters.
The Apprentice Exchange Program is initiated, allowing U.S. apprentices to train in Germany for 3 months.