Detroit, Michigan – General Motors will take on four U.S.-based components operations owned by parts supplier Delphi, as well as Delphi’s global steering business. The companies will become part of two new, wholly-owned GM subsidiaries that will help the automaker to maintain continued uninterrupted supply to its global operations.
GM Components Holdings LLC will include Delphi’s Thermal Systems in Lockport, New York; Powertrain System in Rochester, New York; Powertrain Systems Grand Rapids in Wyoming, Michigan; and Electronics and Safety in Kokomo, Indiana.
A second subsidiary, GM Global Steering Holdings LLC, will include Delphi’s Steering operations in Saginaw, Michigan, and most of the global steering manufacturing operations and engineering centres in Europe, Mexico, South America and Asia.
The facilities, formerly part of the Michigan-based Delphi Corporation, will also supply many non-GM customers, including automotive, motorcycle and heavy equipment manufacturers.