Manufacturers of engine camshafts, engine crankshafts and related parts.
A. Berger, Inc. in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
A supplier of turned-parts, milled-parts, ball screw drives, motor spindles and assemblies. Automotive product areas include fuel injection components, diesel pump components, injector parts, fuel pumps, hydraulic systems, chassis components, turbocharger components, exhaust gas recirculation components, camshafts, master brake cyclinders, etc.
Aichi Forge USA, Inc. in Georgetown, Kentucky.
A manufacturer of hot impression die forgings such as crankshafts, ring gears, hubs, steering knuckles, camshafts, drive pinions, gears, yokes, and spindles. Closed die forgings ranging from 3 to 225 pounds produced on 7 mechanical press lines. Processes include custom impression die forgings and sinter metals sinter forging. Services include engineering & design and in-house die manufacturing.
CIFUNSA in Saltillo, Coahuila.
An iron caster. Services include heat treating, machining, etc.
Cooper Heat Treating, LLC in Detroit, Michigan.
A heat treating facility specializing in ferritic nitrocarburizing and nitriding, ion nitriding as well as carburize & harden, carbo-nitride. Facilities include vacuum hardening and vacuum carburizing equipment.
CWC Textron in Muskegon, Michigan.
Produces ductile iron camshafts.
Elgin Industries, Inc. in Elgin, Illinois.
A supplier of engine and chassis components. Engine parts include camshafts, push rods, semi-finished camshafts, rocker arms, oil pumps, valves, timing kits, water pumps, and valvetrain components. Chassis parts include ball joints, bushings & kits, center links, idler arms, king bolt sets, alignment products, drag links, and inner & outer tie rods.
Engine Power Components, Inc. in Grand Haven, Michigan.
A supplier of prototype, development and production camshafts, balance shafts, connecting rods, lifters & rockers manufactured from grey iron, ductile iron, chilled iron and steel, also connecting rods from forgings. Camshaft design and development for original equipment, high performance, and replacement service parts.
Feintool Cincinnati, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A fineblanking-based metal forming services provider. Also supplies plastic and metal insert molded components. Product areas include various toothed components for seat adjusters, valve plates for A/C compressors, and parts with a high degree of forming, e.g. for drive trains.
International Crankshaft, Inc. in Georgetown, Kentucky.
A supplier of steel forgings such as crankshafts.
Kay Manufacturing Company in Calumet City, Illinois.
A supplier of machined steel forgings such as symmetrical drivetrain components, etc.
Keystone Powdered Metal Company in St. Marys, Pennsylvania.
Designs and manufactures powdered metal parts and Selflube™ bearings. Products include camshaft sprockets, forged helical pinions, park gears, carriers, inner races, crankshaft sprockets, coast clutch hub/input assemblies, magnetic actuators, mechanical diodes, driven sprockets, park sprag guides, spur gears, outer races, bearings, etc.
Linamar Corporation in Guelph, Ontario.
A supplier of engine, transmission, and driveline sub-assemblies, full assemblies and modules. Products include cylinder heads, camshafts, crankcases and connecting rods, transmission shafts, differential cases, valve bodies, gears, clutch assemblies, transmission pumps, knuckles, brake drums, brake rotors, control arms, rack and pinion assemblies, gears. Services include precision machining, assembly, testing, product development, engineering, system Integration, custom shipping & logistics.
Magna Powertrain, Inc. in Rexdale, Ontario.
Site activities include production and assembly. Products include pulleys and crankshaft components and assemblies.
Mahle Engine Components USA, Inc. in Muskegon, Michigan.
A manufacturer of piston rings, cylinder liners, heavy duty steel camshafts, and plastigage.
Mahle Engine Components USA, Inc. in St. Johns, Michigan.
Manufactures piston rings, seal rings, castings, camshafts, and other engine parts for automobiles and light trucks. Piston rings include top and second rings made of steel, cast iron and ductile material. Piston ring coating capabilities include chrome, molybdenum, plasma, zinc and manganese phosphate.
Mahle, Inc. in Morristown, Tennessee.
Pistons and engine components (pistons, piston rings, piston pins, cylinders, connecting rods, cylinder liners, bearings, and bushings). Filter systems (air, oil, and fuel filters, intake manifolds, air dryers, cabin filters, oil mist separators, activated carbon canisters). Valve train systems (cast and composite camshafts, rocker arms, valves, valve tappets, valve seat inserts, and valve guides).
Mahle Industries, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
An automotive systems supplier. Product application areas include piston systems, cylinder components, as well as valve train, air management, and liquid management systems. Also provides powertrain engineering solutions. Capabilities include powertrain design, development and installation, electronic control systems applications, emissions and drivability development and on-board diagnostics.
Meritor, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of light vehicle systems including sunroofs, doors, access control and seat adjusting systems, electric motors, suspension systems, roof systems, wheels and electronic controls.
Metaldyne Performance Group, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of metal-formed components. Engine components include scissor gears, turbo charger housings, exhaust manifolds, variable oil pump components, connecting rods, crankshaft dampers, isolation pulleys & assemblies, balance shaft modules, main bearing caps, timing sprockets, cranskshaft sprockets, variable cam timing products, damped gears, camshaft pulleys, etc. Driveline components include yokes, axle carriers, integrated axle tubes, differential cases, differential gears, brackets, brake calipers, brake anchors, wheel hubs, ring & pinion gear forgings, etc. Transmission components include differential assemblies, clutch assemblies, valve bodies, pumps, stator shafts, etc. Chassis components include knuckles, control arms, wheel bearings and hubs, etc.
Metal Powder Products Company in Westfield, Indiana.
A supplier of custom-engineered net-shape powder metallurgy products for a wide variety of automotive applications. Expertise includes a full range of PM material technology utilizing ferrous, non-ferrous, stainless steel and aluminum alloys. Products include clutch hubs, gears, cam caps, latch bolts, cams, and ring gears.
Metal Powder Products Company in Querétaro, Qro..
A manufacturer of components for shock absorber parts such as pistons, rod guides and valves, and engine parts such as crankshaft pulleys and hubs. Secondary operations include NC machining, steam treating, drilling, tapping, sizing, CNC turning, milling, vibrator tumbling, sealing and lubricating.
Michigan Forge Company in Lansing, Michigan.
Products include engine and chassis components such as closed die forgings, crankshafts, connecting rods, rocker arms, front axle beams, steering knuckles, transmission parts, hubs and open die forgings, etc.
Musashi Auto Parts Michigan, Inc. in Battle Creek, Michigan.
Manufactures automotive transmission gears, camshafts, clutch pistons, balancer shafts, ATV boss, and exhaust flanges. Capabilities include differentials and assembly of ATV transmission gears/camshafts, etc.
Musashi North America, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
Specializes in precision forging & machining of automotive parts including camshafts & balance shafts, gears, ball joints and gear assemblies.
MVS Saegertown Manufacturing in Saegertown, Pennsylvania.
Services include cold forming of carbon and alloy steel components for various industries. Secondary machining also available. Products include slugs, preforms, weld couplings, cores, gear blanks, ball studs, shafts, injector bodies, bosses, hose fittings, mining bit bodies, road planning bodies, sleeves, airbag inflator components, seat tract components, etc.
Nissan North America, Inc. in Decherd, Tennessee.
Produces 4-, 6- and 8-cylinder gasoline engines. Scheduled to produce motors for the electric Leaf vehicle. Site capabilities include crankshaft forging and cylinder block casting.
OTICS USA, Inc. in Morristown, Tennessee.
Products include engine components such as balance shafts, camshaft caps, fuel delivery pipes; suspension parts such as ball joint attachments, ball joint brackets, etc. Capabilities include aluminum & steel machining and assembly.
PTC Alliance in Wexford, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of welded and cold drawn mechanical steel tubing, chrome plated bar products, fabricated tubular parts and precision components. Automotive capabilities include shock absorbers, rack & pinion steering, body & engine mounts, camshaft tubing, assembled camshafts, steering linkages, rocker arm shafts, sway bars, collapsible steering columns, intrusion door beams, drive/prop shafts, axle housings, hydroform frame tubing, bushings & bearings and exhaust components.
Riken of America, Inc. in Skokie, Illinois.
A manufacturer of piston rings and seal rings, camshafts, valve seats, and other engine components.
SAIC USA, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Products include pistons, crankshafts and camshafts, tramsmission components, forgings, head and tail lamps, instrument panels and steering wheels.
Schaeffler Group Automotive in Troy, Michigan.
Provides engineering services to automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers. Develops and manufactures products and system solutions for engine, chassis and transmission applications. Facilities include a test laboratory.
SMI Crankshaft LLC in Fostoria, Ohio.
A supplier of machined crankshafts.
Sumitomo Corporation of America in Wixom, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive, rolled steel and tubular products.
TechRim Standards, LLC in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
An international automotive component supplier. Manufacturing capabilities include production of door hinges, brackets, strikers, pin and receivers, fittings, investment and shell castings, magnesium and aluminum die castings, rubber hoses and other rubber molding products. High volume production and assembly.
The Timken Corporation in Canton, Ohio.
A supplier of friction management and power transmission products and services including engineered bearings, alloy steels, etc.
Thyssenkrupp Components Technologies, N.A. in Troy, Michigan.
Capabilities include assembled camshafts, cylinder head modules with integrated camshafts, crankshafts, steering and damping systems, springs and stabilizers as well as assembly of axle modules.
ThyssenKrupp Crankshaft Company, LLC in Danville, Illinois.
A supplier of forged and machined crankshafts.
ThyssenKrupp Crankshaft Company, LLC in Veedersburg, Indiana.
Produces forged crankshafts.
ThyssenKrupp Presta Danville, LLC in Danville, Illinois.
Supplies automotive camshafts and cold forged universal joints.
Tower Automotive, Inc. in Bellevue, Ohio.
Produces lower vehicle structures, chassis/suspension modules and components, stamped body surfaces (Class A) and other structures for passenger and light trucks.
Tupy American Foundry Corporation in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of cast-iron automotive products manufactured in gray iron, nodular iron or CGI. Parts are supplied unfinished, oiled, painted, pre-machined or machined. Automotive products areas include engine systems (engine blocks, engine heads, crankshafts, camshafts, bearing caps, flywheels, exhaust manifolds); brake systems (brake rotors, brake supports, brake calipers); transmission and steering systems (transmission cases, steering housings); suspension and axle systems (steering knuckles, wheel hubs). Secondary operations include machining (milling, bore-milling, drilling, threading and honing, etc.).
Waupaca Foundry, Inc. in Tell City, Indiana.
Products include brake rotors and drums, bedplates, differential carriers, brake calipers and anchors, crankshafts, flywheel housings, control arms, and other on and off highway components, etc.
Waupaca Foundry, Inc. in Etowah, Tennessee.
Products include brake rotors and drums, brake calipers and anchors, differential cases, crankshafts.
Waupaca Foundry, Inc. in Waupaca, Wisconsin.
An iron foundry producing gray, ductile, austempered ductile, and compacted graphite iron castings. Products include pulleys, brackets, brake drums, composite disc brakes, brake calipers, differential cases, differential carriers, control arms, knuckles, flywheels, cylinder heads, crankshafts, housings, covers, hydraulic components, etc.
Weber Automotive Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Products include engine blocks, cylinder heads, transmission housings, etc.
Westport Axle Corporation in Louisville, Kentucky.
Provides axle modules, components and logistics services. Product capabilities include forged and machined i-beams, steering knuckles and arms, front-steering axle modules, tag/pusher axles, etc.