General Electrical/Electronic Components (208)
Manufacturers supplying general automotive electrical & electronic components.
3M Automotive in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A global supplier of products for automotive exteriors, interiors, powertrain/chassis, and for use in automotive manufacturing/assembly. Products include abrasives, acoustic and vibration damping, adhesives and tapes, cabin air filters, catalytic converter mat mounts and insulation, electrical connectors, fasteners, fluoroelastomers, graphic films, heat-shrink moldings, lighting, mirror buttons, nameplates and badging, optical films, plant cleaning and safety products, paint protection and replacement films, security labeling, and lead-free wheel weights.
Aavid Thermalloy LLC in Laconia, New Hampshire.
Provides integrated solutions for cooling electronics including thermal design, thermal analysis and verification, and thermal management solutions. Products include heat sinks.
Advanced Forming Technology USA in Longmont, Colorado.
Services include metal injection molding combining powder metallurgy and plastic injection, thixoforming, and metal matrix composites.
Advanced Vehicle Technologies, Inc. in Davidsonville, Maryland.
A developer and supplier of electronic interface equipment for automotive computer networks.
AEES, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of electrical and electronic distribution systems for commercial and personal vehicles. Product areas include vehicle electrical & electronic system integration technologies, power & signal distribution, connector systems, terminal systems, wires & cables, etc.
AG Manufacturing, Inc. in Harbor Beach, Michigan.
A manufacturer of wire and cable assemblies, injection molded components, dynamometers and electrical assemblies for the automotive and other industries.
A. J. Rose Manufacturing in Avon, Ohio.
A supplier of precision-formed metal products and assemblies to the automotive industry. Products include engine, transmission, and air conditioning system components (transmission pistons, solenoid brackets, engine valve spring retainers, alternator fans, lifting brackets, clutch rotors, stators, coil housings, engine ignition timing wheels); pulleys & pulley-bracket assemblies (single and multi-groove conventional "v" pulleys, poly-v pulleys up to 12 v's, riveted, welded, and brazed pulley assemblies, idler pulleys and tensioner assemblies, pulleys for FEAD clutch, power steering, alternator, water pump, crank); water pump components (pump hubs, impellers, backplates, eyeplates); air bag inflator components (low carbon, high strength low alloy & stainless steels); and light and heavy gauge precision stampings.
Allied Motion Technologies, Inc. in Amherst, New York.
Designs, develops and manufactures advanced motion control technology including motor control and power conversion for robotics, automation and commercial vehicle applications. Expertise includes integrating power electronics, digital controls and network communications. Other product areas include heavy-duty truck HVAC air moving systems, drive-by-wire control system motors, liquid petroleum gas (LPG) system pump motors, fuel cell cooling system pump motors & drives, fuel pump motors, etc.
Alpha Wire Company in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
A supplier of electronic cables, flexible cables, heat shrink products and a variety of standard and specialty wire, cable and tubing products for various automotive applications.
Altak Inc. in Bloomingdale, Illinois.
Provides wire harnesses and electrical components for the automotive industry.
Altera Corporation in San Jose, California.
A supplier of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and programmable logic devices.
American Electronic Components, Inc. in Elkhart, Indiana.
Designs, manufactures and markets electronic and electrical components including custom sensors, G-Force switches, industrial relays and switches, as well as other electromechanical products.
American Furukawa Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Designs, manufactures and markets electrical devices such as steering roll connectors (which support signal transfer of column switches and aid in the activation of the drivers air bag) as well as fuse and relay boxes (which support electrical, environments and safety functions). Other manufactured products include connectors, terminals and automotive wire harness systems.
American Mitsuba Corporation in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.
Manufactures automotive DC power motors. Application areas include wipers, starters, windows, cooling fans, and sunroofs. Activities include injection molding, metal cutting, metal stamping, armature assembly and finished product assembly.
American Mitsuba Corporation in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of sunroof DC motors, actuators, powerslide door assemblies, power tailgate systems, wiper systems, starter motors, power window motors and fan motors.
Ameri-Tek Manufacturing, Inc. in Logansport, Indiana.
A manufacturer of multi-slide and punch press metal stampings using hot and cold rolled steel, stainless steel, annealed spring steel, copper, brass, beryllium copper, phosphorus bronze and aluminum. Automotive applications include electronics, controls, switches, lighting, electric motors, clips, precision washers, sub-assemblies for any application, etc.
ams USA, Inc. in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Designs and manufactures high performance analog integrated circuits (ICs) for automotive applications. Provides IP for safety critical inductive and magnetic solutions. Standard products include a turnkey FlexRay product family, flexible and scalable battery management solutions, application specific SBCs and magnetic encoders as well as application specific ICs for customers (ASIC) with a focus on safety critical applications.
Analog Devices, Inc. in Norwood, Massachusetts.
A supplier of high performance analog, mixed-signal, digital processing, and MEMS ICs for the demanding signal processing requirements of automotive safety, security, infotainment, powertrain, body and chassis electronics systems.
Arens Controls Company, LLC in Arlington Heights, Illinois.
Product areas include traction inverters, power distribution modules and junction boxes for hybrid vehicle applications.
Arnold Magnetic Technologies Corporation in Marengo, Illinois.
A supplier of precision rolled thin gauge alloy strip and foil in both magnetic and non-magnetic materials including titanium, inconel, brass, stainless steel, silicon iron (Arnon™), Iron-Chrome Cobalt (Arnokrome™), etc. Alnico products include cast and sintered magnets.
Arnold Magnetic Technologies Corporation in Rochester, New York.
A manufacturer and source of magnets, magnetic assemblies and other assemblies. Applications include actuators (solenoids), motors (rotary permanent magnet motors, stepper motors, air core gauge motors, and speakers), sensors (hall effect, magnetostrictive, variable reluctance, and GMR), and switches (reed switches, and hall effect switches).
ASMO Greenville of North Carolina in Greenville, North Carolina.
Produces front wiper motor linkages, rear wiper motors, arms and blades, and radiator fan motors.
Autocam Corporation in Kentwood, Michigan.
A manufacturer of tight-tolerance metal components for use in fuel systems, braking systems, airbags, and power steering systems, etc. Capabilities include precision turning, precision grinding, gear manufacturing, precision milling, forging, plastic molding, rotary transfer machining, precision secondary machining, sub-assembly, laser machining, finishing, heat treatment, precision cleaning, and precision measuring.
Autoliv, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of vehicle safety systems and components including airbags, knee bolsters, seat belts, pretensioners, sensors and electronics.
Automated Assembly Corporation in Lakeville, Minnesota.
A supplier of SMT flexible circuit assemblies. Automotive applications include LED's, ABS brakes, cables, RFID, interior lighting, brake lights, harnesses, electronic window circuitry, etc.
AVX Corporation in Fountain Inn, South Carolina.
A manufacturer of passive electronic components including capacitors, circuit protection devices, connectors, filters, varistors, crystals and timing devices. Automotive application areas include safety, engine control, infotainment and chassis control.
Behr-Hella Thermocontrol, Inc. in Wixom, Michigan.
Designs, developes, manufactures, tests and supplies climate control units for the automotive and heavy truck markets. A manufacturer of automotive electronic controllers and operating units for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
Bicron Electronics Company in Canaan, Connecticut.
A manufacturer of automotive electronics such as transformers, solenoids and custom magnetics.
BI Technologies Corporation in Fullerton, California.
A supplier of sensors and potentiometers for automotive and industrial applications.
BorgWarner Automotive, Inc. in Pendleton, Indiana.
Designs, manufactures, remanufactures and distributes electrical, powertrain/drivetrain and related components for automobiles and light trucks, medium- and heavy-duty trucks and other applications. Products include starter motors, alternators, hybrid drive systems, engines, transmissions, torque converters, fuel systems and traction control systems.
Bosch Rexroth Hydraulics in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Products include standard valves, manifold blocks, servo and proportional valves, control and system technologies, pumps and motors, cylinders, hydraulic power units, analog and digital amplifiers, and open- and closed-loop controls.
Cal-Comp USA (San Diego), Inc. in San Diego, California.
Provides electronics manufacturing services. Services include prototyping, board level production, box building, electronic component assembly and volume manufacturing, etc.
C & H Die Casting, Inc. in Temple, Texas.
A manufacturer of high pressure aluminum die casting, CNC machining, die cast process engineering, finishing and sub-assembly. Products include tensioners, water pumps, air conditioning components, motor end shields, electronic control enclosures, wiper heads, transmission components, cruise control housings and brackets.
CASCO Products Corporation in Morgantown, Kentucky.
Producers of electromechanical components for the automotive industry including automotive lighters, accessories, PCV, electronic control modules, and seat heaters, etc.
CASCO Products Corporation in Novi, Michigan.
Producers of electromechanical components for the automotive industry including automotive lighters, accessories, PCV, electronic control modules, and seat heaters, etc.
Centro Metrolgico de Mexico in Hermosillo, Sonora.
Provides measurement equipment, in-house calibration services as well as metrology, quality control, lean manufacturing, Six Sigma, APQP, FMEA, MSA, SPC, and PPAP training.
Chomerics North America in Woburn, Massachusetts.
A manufacturer of electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding materials which include conductive elastomers; metal EMI gasketing; spring finger gaskets; EMI cable shielding; conductive coatings and adhesives; shielding laminates and foil tapes; and shielded vents and windows.
CIE Automotive USA, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
A supplier of engine, powertrain, chassis, steering components, exterior and interior components. Products application areas include oil pump, crankshafts, crankcases, wheel-balancing shafts, cylinder head covers, supports, common rail systems, gearboxes, differentials, housiings, axles, driveshafts, cooling systems, sound proofing, steering, brakes, suspension, anti-vibration, central console components, trim, cockpit subassemblies, airbags and electrical.
Cinch Connectors USA in Lombard, Illinois.
A manufacturer of interconnect products such as header and harness connectors, terminals, integrated connector enclosures, sealed in-line and sensor connectors, through panel & bulkhead connectors, etc.
Coilcraft, Inc. in Cary, Illinois.
Designs, manufactures, and distributes inductive components including SMT and leaded inductors, transformers, and assemblies for the automotive and other markets.
Continental Automotive Canada, Inc. in Chatham, Ontario.
A research and development facility specializing in engine management systems.
Continental Automotive Systems U.S., Inc. in Seguin, Texas.
Activities include production of electronic components for powertrain & chassis and pressure sensors.
CoorsTek, Inc. in Golden, Colorado.
Designs and manufactures components, integrated assemblies and automated systems using technical ceramics, precision-machined metals, and high-performance plastics. Products include thick film substrates for automotive electronic circuitry and ceramic components used in sensors to control exhaust emissions and fuel mixture.
Creation Technologies LP in Saint Peter, Minnesota.
An electronic manufacturing service (EMS) provider.
Cummins, Inc. in Columbus, Indiana.
Designs, manufactures, distributes and services engines and related technologies, including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, and emissions solutions, etc.
Datatronic Distribution, Inc. in Romoland, California.
An automotive magnetics supplier of wire wound SMD and thru-hole inductors and transformers.
Dayton T. Brown, Inc. in Bohemia, New York.
Services provided include product design and engineering, prototype manufacture, final production, testing, technical writing & documentation and the development of complete test systems. Capabilities include dynamic, climatic, EMI/EMC, hydraulic/pneumatic, optical, mechanical, structural, fatigue, safety & survival testing as well as conformance inspection & failure analysis thru metallurgy, magnetic particle, dimensional, and X-rays.
DBM Reflex Enterprises, Inc. in Laval, Québec.
Offers engineering services for automotive lighting systems.
Debron Industrial Electronics, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
An electronics contract manufacturer specializing in PCBAs, wire harness/cable assemblies and Box-Build assembly services.
Delphi Automotive, LLP in Kokomo, Indiana.
A supplier of vehicle electronics including integrated body, chassis and safety, powertrain, and wireless and mobile multimedia electronics systems. Products include automotive control electronics, auto audio systems, auto heater/air controls, semiconductors, hybrid circuits and auto instrumentation & displays.
Delphi Automotive, LLP in Brookhaven, Mississippi.
Manufactures automotive electrical equipment.
Delphi Automotive, LLP in Warren, Ohio.
Manufactures automotive electronic systems, parts & wiring assemblies.
DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee, Inc. in Maryville, Tennessee.
A supplier of starters, alternators, instruments and instruments clusters and automotive electronic products.
DENSO Wireless Systems America, Inc. in Vista, California.
A supplier of automotive GPS navigation systems and other automotive electronics components.
Diamond Electric Manufacturing Corporation in Eleanor, West Virginia.
A supplier of ignition coils and sensors, etc.
DynaPlas Ltd. in Scarborough, Ontario.
Produces precision injection molded thermoplastic components, focusing on high temperature, tight tolerance, engineered resin products. Expertise in insert and overmolding. Products include fuel systems and braking parts; gears and housings; insert bearings/thrust washers; pullyes; braking control modules; connectors, seals, housings and caps; as well as electronic module cases.
E&M Power in Binghamton, New York.
Designs and manufactures custom electronic power conversion products. Automotive application areas include test equipment as well as hybrid electric vehicle fuel cell and utracapacitor energy storage systems.
Echelon Corporation in San Jose, California.
Expertise includes electrical control networks. Automotive application areas include electric vehicle chargers, electric vehicle power management, cab management, accessory controls, lighting, electrical control and signal control.
EFC International, Inc. in St. Louis, Missouri.
A provider of specialty metal, plastic and electrical components. Products include engineered fasteners and components, specialty fasteners, metal and plastic fasteners, metal and plastic clamps, panel clips, hose clamps, retainers, panel fasteners, retaining clips and nuts, wire routing and other electrical components as well as fastener automation systems.
Electron Energy Corporation in Landisville, Pennsylvania.
Designs and manufactures high performance rare earth magnets and magnet assemblies.
ELMOS North America Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of custom mixed signal ASICs (application specific integrated circuits) for the automotive electronics market. Applications include ABS, air bags and advanced engine management systems.
Emerson Control Techniques in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
A manufacturer of AC and DC variable speed drives, servo drives, AC, DC, servo motors, motion control solutions and software for commissioning, configuring, sizing, diagnosing and programming drives and motion control software (i.e. cams, positioning etc.) solutions for automotive test stands, test rigs and automobile manufacturing.
Endura Plastics, Inc. in Kirtland, Ohio.
A custom injection molder and assembler. Products range from interior assemblies to under-the-hood components produced from high temperature thermoplastics. Specializes in brake reservoir assemblies and engine control module componentry. Services include injection molding with full engineering design capabilities, decorating, welding (sonic, hot-plate & spin), machining, etc.
Engineered Plastic Components, Inc. in Osceola, Wisconsin.
A provider of product engineering services, injection molding and insert molding of precision tight tolerance automotive components using CAD/CAE/CAM technology and concurrent engineering. Capabilities include instrument panel (IP) assemblies; door panel assemblies; heating, ventilation & air conditioning (HVAC) assemblies; as well as interior and exterior parts.
EPIC Technologies, Inc. in Norwalk, Ohio.
A provider of customized EMS services including turnkey electronic assembly and manufacturing management services to original equipment manufacturers in the electronics industry for automotive and other applications.
ETCO Incorporated in Bradenton, Florida.
A manufacturer of stamped metal electrical components. Product lines include spark plug and distributor terminals, and rubber insulators (boots).
Fairchild Semiconductor International in South Portland, Maine.
Designs, manufactures and markets power, analog & mixed signal, interface, logic, and optoelectronics products.
Firstronic, LLC in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Provides electronics manufacturing services and smart sensor products such as air quality sensors (AQS) and a seatbelt microphone.
FlexFab, LLC in Hasting, Michigan.
An elastomeric engineering company that manufactures flexible components by compounding, calendering, extruding, molding, and bonding silicone rubber, organic rubber, and reinforcing materials. Products include hose, tubing, ducting, and custom designs.
Flextronics Company in Coopersville, Michigan.
Products include solenoids (electro hydraulic, electro-mechanical), modules (electro hydraulic, electronic), and electronic brake controllers.
FloMet LLC in DeLand, Florida.
A manufacturer of metal injection molded components composed of stainless steel, copper, nickel, soft magnetic, superalloys, etc. Expertise in metal injection molding (MIM), metal injection technology (MIT) and powder injection technology.
Florida MicroElectronics, LLC in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Offers total design and flexible automated/semi-automated electronic manufacturing services, thick film printing, passive and active laser trimming, wire bonding, vacuum reflow, hybrid assemblies and test solutions.
Fujikura America, Inc. in Santa Clara, California.
Manufactures automotive electrical distribution components. Products include wiring harnesses, junction boxes, ECU units, air bag cables, pressure sensors, seat belt reminder sensors, heat pipes & assemblies, and film antennas, etc.
Fujitsu Components America, Inc. in San Jose, California.
A supplier of electromechanical relays, plug-in relays, PCB relays, resistive touch panels, wireless modules, etc.
Futaba Corporation of America in Schaumburg, Illinois.
Manufactures high-brightness multi-color vacuum fluorescent display products, ranging from simple numeric and dot-matrix displays to large multifunction graphic panels for various automotive instrument panel applications.
General Motors Components Holdings, LLC in Kokomo, Indiana.
Products include semiconductors, engine and transmission control modules, crash sensing and diagnostics modules, pressure sensors for engine management and occupant detection, body computer modules and power electronics modules, etc.
Gibbs Die Casting Corporation in Henderson, Kentucky.
A global supplier of aluminum and magnesium die-castings for A/C compressors, fan drives, steering wheel armatures, engines, transmissions, and suspension applications. Services include machining, assembly and testing.
Hartmann-exact, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A supplier of sensors and mechatronics.
HBPO North America, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Specializes in the design, development, assembly and logistics of complete front-end modules covering lighting engineering, engine cooling, air conditioning, assembly and cross members, crash boxes, electronics, locks, air routing parts and bumpers.
Hella North America, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Designs and manufactures lighting, sensors, relays, electronic flashers, control modules, complete front-end modules and related products.
Henkel Electronic Materials, LLC in Rancho Dominguez, California.
Services include the design, development, manufacture, and testing of electronic materials and adhesives for automotive applications.
HenkelOrbseal LLC in Richmond, Missouri.
Automotive sealants, adhesives and surface treatments.
Hi-Lex America, Inc. in Battle Creek, Michigan.
A supplier of electromechanical devices and control cables. Automotive applications include trunk releases, door modules, fuel lid openers, parking brakes, window regulators, transmission cables, kick down cables, push & pull cables, key interlock cables, hood releases, accelerator cables, clutch cables, shift lock cables, seating cables, tailgate cables, quarter vent actuators, power lift gates, power sliding doors, and cruise control cables.
Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. in Harrodsburg, Kentucky.
Manufactures automotive electronics and electrical parts and systems including airflow sensors, throttle bodies, engine and transmission control modules, alternators, distributors, ignition coils, idle speed control valves, electronic throttle controls and transfer case control modules.
Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Manufactures automotive electronics and electrical parts and systems including airflow sensors, throttle bodies, engine and transmission control modules, alternators, distributors, ignition coils, idle speed control valves, electronic throttle controls and transfer case control modules.
Hitachi Metals North Carolina Ltd. in China Grove, North Carolina.
A supplier of permanent magnets such as cast and sintered alnico, ceramic (Ferrite), samarium cobalt and neodymium-iron-boron magnets.
INFAC Corporation in Campbellsville, Kentucky.
A manufacturer of automotive transmission control cables, ingnition cables, injection moldings, switches, solenoid valves and antennas.
Inmatech, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A supplier of supercapacitor technology for automotive electric vehicle applications.
Jabil Circuit, Inc. in St. Petersburg, Florida.
A global provider of electronic technology applications, circuit board assemblies and electronic modules for interior and underhood applications.
J & M Products, Inc. in San Fernando, California.
A supplier of line support clamps, brackets and electrical harness products such as terminals, convoluted tubing etc.
Johnson Electric Automotive Products Group in Vandalia, Ohio.
Produces switches and solenoids for electric motor applications.
Johnson Electric, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Activities include virtual design, prototyping, building sequence and validation testing. Products include body instrumentation (door lock acutator motors, power mirrors, headlamp adjusters, climate controls, washer pumps etc.); powertrain management (small motors & armatures for fuel pumps, engine management, air pumps etc.); chassis braking (motors used in wipers, 4WD transfer cases, ABS, electric steering, etc.); body climate (seat adjuster motors, climate control actuators, window lift geared motors ); powertrain cooling (cooling fan modules, blower motors); actuator systems (HVAC actuators, head rests); solenoids/switchs/subsystems (shift lock solenoids, key interlock solenoids, active engine mounts).
Johnson Matthey, Inc. in Wayne, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of specialty chemicals and related products including catalysts, preciouis metals, fine chemicals and process technologies.
JST Corporation in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A electrical wiring connector manufacturer.
Judd Wire, Inc. in Turners Falls, Massachusetts.
A wire and cable manufacturer specializing in electron beam cross-linked irradiation technology for wire insulation serving the automotive and other industries. Applications include ABS cables, ride control sensors, transmission wire, primary wire plus SAE JA50, ISO DIN specs, side air bag wire, fixelink, databus cables, battery cables and gas tank wire. Temperature range from -55 Celsius to 250 Celsius.
KabelSchlepp America, Inc. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A provider of wire, cable & hose management solutions for power, sensors, and motion control applications.
Kauffman Engineering, Inc. in Lebanon, Indiana.
Manufactures electrical harnesses, lead wires, cable assemblies and molded plugs.
Kauffman Engineering, Inc. in Logansport, Indiana.
A manufacturer of automotive electrical wire harnesses, lead wires, molded plugs and cable assemblies.
KEMET Corporation in Greenville, South Carolina.
A manufacturer of solid tantalum capacitors, multilayer ceramic capacitors, and solid aluminum capacitors.
Kendrion (Shelby), Inc. in Shelby, North Carolina.
A supplier of switches, actuating devices, sensors and control components to the automotive, heavy truck, recreational vehicle, off-road, engine, and other markets. Products include custom flow control valves (diesel fuel pressure, A/C compressor control, transmission control); diesel fuel pressure custom coils; engine oil and heavy truck air brake pressure switches; 12 volt direct current circuit protection breakers; as well as neutral start, reverse lamp and clutch control mechanical switches, etc.
Key Plastics L.L.C. in Northville, Michigan.
Capabilities include engineering, program management and production services to the automotive industry. Products include interior trim (radio bezels, climate control components, instrument cluster components, louvers), headrests, floor consoles, assist handles, exterior ornamentation (door handles, trim, ornamentation), and underhood components (injection molded pressurized coolant reservoirs, injection molded pressurized power steering reservoirs). Additional capabilities include assembly of injection-molded components, Class A exterior and interior painting, multiple interior surface decoration technologies, an accredited testing laboratory along with a CAD/CAE department with in-house rapid prototyping.
Key Safety Systems, Inc. in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A global designer and manufacturer of safety-critical components and systems including airbags, seat belts, steering wheels, electronics and fully integrated safety systems.
Keystone Electronics Corporation in Astoria, New York.
A manufacturer of precision electronic interconnect components and hardware in metallic or non-metallic materials. Products include battery hardware; fuse clips and holders; terminals & terminal boards; spacers & standoffs; panel hardware; computer brackets; plugs & sockets; pins; eyelets; rivets; grommets; bumpers & bushings; LED lens caps & holders. Facilities include a fully integrated tool & die shop with engineering/production capability for precision stampings and assembly.
Kimball Electronics Group, Inc. in Jasper, Indiana.
Provides electronic manufacturing services such as contract assembly to the automotive industry. Application areas include air bag ECUs, stability control ECUs, electronic power steering, sensors, telematics, infotainment systems, navigation systems, etc.
KOA Speer Electronics, Inc. in Bradford, Pennsylvania.
A manufacturer of resistive and capacitive components.
Koller-Craft South in Gadsden, Alabama.
Products and services include stamping dies, automated assembly and test equipment, metal stamped assemblies, molded plastic components, and electronic assemblies. Capabilities include product engineering, machining, plating, metal stamping, plastic injection molding, tool and die manufacturing, welding, cable and wire harnessing, powder coating and silk screening, testing, packaging and distribution.
Kongsberg Automotive, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A global supplier of seating comfort, automotive gear shift and heavy truck components. Products include seat comfort systems such as head restraints, arm rests, seat heat, vent, and lumbar supports; clutch actuation systems; cable actuation systems; gear shifters; transmission control systems; stabilizing rods, couplings; electronic engine controls; specialty hoses; tubes and fittings, etc.
Koyo Bearings USA, LLC in Dahlonega, Georgia.
A manufacturer of bearings.
KRAMSKI North America, Inc. in Largo, Florida.
Provides high speed progressive die stamping and precision insert molding services as well as sub-assemblies, prototypes, stamping dies, molds, in-die staking/laser welding/resistance welding/assembly. Products include contact terminals, connectors, header assemblies, etc.
Kyocera America, Inc. in San Diego, California.
Designs, manufactures and assembles ceramic microelectronic substrate/packaging and interconnect solutions for a broad range of electronic controls. ECU substrate applications include dash-boards, engines or powertrains. Substrate/packages are also used for sensors, switches, navigational aids, ignitions, voltage regulators, electric engines, antilock systems, etc. Services also include the manufacture of various high frequency, liquid crystal, optics, ceramic material utilized in ITS components.
Lapp USA, Inc. in Florham Park, New Jersey.
A supplier of electical cables and connectors.
Lear Corporation in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of seating, interior and electronic/electrical automotive components. The seating segment includes seat systems and components, the interior segment includes instrument panels and cockpit systems, overhead systems, door panels, flooring and acoustic systems, etc., the electronic/electrical segment includes electronic products and electrical distribution systems such as wire harnesses and junction boxes; interior control and entertainment systems; and wireless systems.
LEM USA, Inc. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A supplier of current and voltage sensors for CV, HEV, EV, and FCV vehicles for battery management, inverter, DC-DC converters, EPS, braking, etc.
LG Electronics USA, Inc. in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
A supplier of components for electric vehicle powertrain as well as electrical systems applications.
LHP Engineering Solutions in Columbus, Indiana.
A provider of autonomous vehicle and connected car engineering services in the areas of emissions, fuel economy, functional safety, cyber security, and electrical & electronics, etc.
Littelfuse Commercial Vehicle Products in Boston, Massachusetts.
A manufacturer of electrical and electronic switches and connectors for heavy-duty trucks and equipment including low voltage disconnect switches, toggles, rockers, push-pulls, rotary switches, solenoids, disconnect switches, and battery isolators.
Logikos, Inc. in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Provides design services and complete assemblies for advanced automotive electronic systems, such as telematics, mobile multimedia, safety/security systems, body electronics, and CD players. Also develops software for powertrain controls, body electronics, chassis controls, and instrumentation.
Lumex, Inc. in Carol Stream, Illinois.
A manufacturer of opto and photo-electronic components and devices.
Mabuchi Motor America Corporation in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of DC-fractional horsepower electric motors. Automotive applications include power window lifters, rearview mirror actuators, retractable rearview mirror actuators, door lock actuators, window washer pumps, idle speed controllers, automatic cruise controls, air conditioning damper actuators, lumbar supports, trunk openers, fuel-tank lid openers, automatic antenna lifters, headlight beam level adjusters, emission control devices, car navigation systems, etc.
Magna Closures, Inc. in Newmarket, Ontario.
A supplier of latching systems, hinges & wire formed components, power closure systems, electronics, door modules, window systems, engineered glass systems, sealing, trim, roof racks, roof systems, running boards, etc.
Magna Electronics, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of electronic controls, actuators, sensors and motors. Specializes in driver assistance & safety systems, body electronics & HMI, intelligent power systems, engine electronics & liquid sensors, etc.
Magna Electronics Technology, Inc. in Holly, Michigan.
Develops and manufactures electrical and electronic products and systems for the automotive industry such as reverse assist cameras, lane departure warning systems and electronic motor control units.
Magna International, Inc. in Aurora, Ontario.
A supplier of automotive systems, assemblies, modules and components. Capabilities include the design, engineering, testing and manufacture of automotive interior systems; seating systems; closure systems; body and chassis systems; vision systems; electronic systems; hybrid & electric vehicles/systems; exterior systems; powertrain systems; roof systems; as well as complete vehicle engineering and assembly.
Magneti Marelli North America, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive lighting, powertrain, suspension, and electronic systems.
Maxwell Technologies, Inc. in San Diego, California.
A manufacturer of ultracapacitors for use in automotive power applications such as continuously variable transmissions, hybrid drive trains, power net buffering and X-by-wire subsystems.
Mecaplast USA, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
Products include engine air intakes, electrical architectures, covers, fuel circuits, cooling circuits, oil circuits, air intake systems and components, thermal shields, acoustics shields, engine under cover shields, etc.
Melexis Inc. in Nashua, New Hampshire.
A supplier of semiconductor components such as automotive sensors, sensor interface RF transmitters/receivers, Can, Lin bus IC's, IR temperature sensing ICs and modules, MEMS pressure sensors, accelerometers, optoelectronic devices, automotive microcontrollers as well as systems-on-chip.
Methode Electronics, Inc. in Chicago, Illinois.
Designs, manufactures and markets devices employing electrical, electronic, wireless, sensing and optical technologies to control and convey signals through sensors, interconnections and controls. Products include switches, sensors, electric modules, air bag clock spring assemblies, and wire harnesses.
Michigan Scientific Corporation in Charlevoix, Michigan.
Provides engineering services specializing in the design and manufacturing of slip ring assemblies, transducers, signal conditioning electronics, and data acquisition.
MICRO in Somerset, New Jersey.
A supplier of custom, small, light gauge, metal stampings, insert molded products, and custom assemblies. Automotive applications include air-bag sensors, lamp and lamp housings, oxygen sensors, electrical system parts (switches, contacts, terminals, connectors, blades, and plugs), brackets, inserts and springs.
Microflex, Inc. in Ormond Beach, Florida.
A manufacturer of metal hoses and braid, metallic expansion joints, bellows, and vehicle exhaust connectors.
Microplastics, Inc. in St. Charles, Illinois.
Services include insert molding (prototype and production) and associated assembly, including potting application, welding and soldering. Automotive applications include filters, ECU housings, sensor housings and connectors for safety electronics, braking, ignition, door electronics and all other vehicle electronics systems.
M.I.S. Electronics, Inc. in Richmond Hill, Ontario.
An electronics manufacturing services provider. Products include printed circuit boards (PCBs).
Mitsuba Bardstown, Inc. in Bardstown, Kentucky.
Produces windshield wipers, power window & cooling fan motors as well as cruise control devices.
Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America, Inc. in Maysville, Kentucky.
A manufacturer of ignition coil, engine control units (ECUs) and entertainment & communications products.
Mitsumi Electronics Corporation in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of vehicle electronics. Applications include coils, filters, connectors and switches, etc.
Molex Incorporated in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Supplier of connectors, terminals, lead frames, buss bars, electronic modules, etc.
Multek Corporation in Northfield, Minnesota.
A high volume, roll-to-roll flexible circuit manufacturer, processing single and double-sided circuits using a wide array of technologies from screen printing and punching to high definition and laser drilling. Products include flexible circuitry, assemblies and materials for a wide variety of automotive interconnect applications. Other products include technical materials and adhesives technology for applications such as flat cable tapes, barrier tapes, etc.
Multicraft International in Pelahatchie, Mississippi.
Designs, prototypes, tests and manufactures components and complex assemblies with switches, sensors, actuator solenoids, molded magnets, printed circuit boards and integrated electrical cabling assemblies. Products include electric motor brushplate assemblies, electrical vehicle controllers and harnesses, solenoids, actuators, connector assemblies, linear position sensors, modular cockpit assemblies, specialty switches, cord rewinders, fuel senders, fuel level senders and tube & flange assemblies, instrument cluster modules, transmission speed sensors, wire assemblies, etc.
Multitronics VMI, LLC in Huntsville, Alabama.
A manufacturer of electromechanical assemblies.
National Molding, LLC in Miami Lakes, Florida.
Specializes in tooling services, custom injection molding, and providing value-added operations. Supports manufacturers through the design, engineering, material specification and production processes of molded plastic products and assemblies including clips, retainers, rivets, hole plugs, trim components, rod and cable retainers, bearing liners, printed circuit board standoffs, wire bundling mounts, wire tie mounts, bushings, washers, and fasteners.
Nichicon (America) Corporation in Schaumburg, Illinois.
A supplier of aluminum electrolytic, tantalum, film capacitors as well as PTC thermistors.
Oberg Industries, Inc. in Freeport, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of metal stampings, micro tolling, plastic injection molding, insert molding, product assembly, and reel-to-reel plating. Services include stamping, molding, forming, plating, machining, and grinding.
Omron Automotive Electronics, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
Product application areas include RF technologies (remote keyless entry, passive entry, tire pressure monitoring, vehicle immobilizers); closure controls & switches (power window switches, power seat switches, accessory switches, hidden switches, antipinch controllers, and other closure controllers); electric power steering controls; electronic control units (DC/AC inverters, body control ECUs, daytime running light controllers, rear wiper controllers, rear defogger timer controllers, etc.).
ON Semiconductor in Phoenix, Arizona.
A supplier of power management and protection semiconductors that are designed and qualified for automotive applications: DC-DC Switching Converters and Regulators, Linear Regulators, LED Drivers, Relay Drivers, Motor Drivers, IGBTs, MOSFETs, Rectifiers, TVS Diodes, Operational Amplifiers, Comparators, Compandors, and Logic.
Orchid International in Monroe, Wisconsin.
This location is a leading product supplier of electric vehicle traction drive motors, electric vehicle motor controllers, rotor & stator assemblies, and electrical laminations.
Orion Manufacturing, Inc. in Ionia, Michigan.
Services include metal stamping and assembly, prototyping, part & process engineering, design and contract building. Capabilities include progressive, transfer or line dies and assembly.
Pacific Insight Electronics Corporation in Nelson, British Columbia.
A supplier of electronic products and wiring harnesses designed for the automotive and other industries. Products include LED vehicle lighting, electronic control centers, chime modules, daytime running light modules, etc.
Pancon Corporation in Temecula, California.
A manufacturer of connector pins and terminals, switch and relay contacts, lead frames, sensors, and other stamped parts for electronic applications.
PAVE Technology Co., Inc. in Dayton, Ohio.
A supplier of hermetically sealed electrical and fiber optic bulkhead feedthroughs. Automotive applications include low emission automotive fuel pumps.
Rima Manufacturing Company in Hudson, Michigan.
A supplier of precision machined metal components primarily for automotive systems. Products include bushings, valves, fittings, tube connectors, TXV brackets, nuts, unions, pins, shafts, couplings, spools & pistons. Automotive applications include transmission, HVAC, braking, steering and fuel fluid control systems.
Robert Bosch, LLC in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Parts/components supplied include gasoline systems (engine management, modules and engine components, fuel injectors, sensors, ignitions, electronic throttle control, integrated air/fuel modules); diesel systems (electronic diesel control, air management, fuel injection management, exhaust gas management); chassis (antilock braking, traction control, electronic stability programs, brake assistance, sensors, hydraulic braking and components such as brake boosters & master cylinders, disc brakes, drum brakes, wheel modules); energy & body (alternators/starters, airflow systems, software and electronics, engine thermal management components, climate-control components, seating comfort, mechatronics for side doors & roofs, windshield and rear-window cleaning); car multimedia (indication & display instruments, car radios, cockpit electronics, HMI, navigation & driver info); electronics (electronic control units, electronic occupant-protection, driver-assistance, semiconductors, sensors, relays).
Robert Bosch, LLC in Plymouth, Michigan.
Develops and manufactures mechatronic components and systems for automotive body applications. Products include actuators (window lifting, seat adjustment, sunroof actuation and transmission automation); blower modules and drives for engine cooling fans; pumps and valves for engine cooling systems; motors and drives for fuel pumps; air conditioning components; front and rear wiper drives, wiper arms, wiper blades and rain sensors; and electric steering motors, etc.
Robert Bosch, LLC in Anderson, South Carolina.
Products include gasoline systems components such as oxygen sensors, integrated air fuel modules (IAFMs), transmission control modules (TCMs), electronic throttle bodies (ETBs) as well as electronics components such as LTCCs, hybrid ECUs, and TCUs.
ROHM Semiconductor USA, LLC in Santa Clara, California.
A supplier of advanced integrated circuits for automotive products. Applications include CAN
Royal Die & Stamping Company, Inc. in Carol Stream, Illinois.
A supplier of tools and dies. Services include molding, assembly and prototyping. Specializes in high speed stamping and the production of intricate parts. Products include stamped battery terminals, eyelet terminals, connectors and other electronic components.
RPK Mexico S.A. de C.V. in Celaya, Guanajuato.
A manufacturer of springs, wire forms and copper coils for the automotive industry.
Samtec, Inc. in New Albany, Indiana.
A global electronic connector manufacturer.
Schunk Graphite Technology, LLC in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of carbon brushes and brushcards, carbon contacts, fuel cell plates, complete sub-assemblies, sintered bearings/powder metal parts and various components/ sub-assemblies for the automotive industry. Additional applications include seal rings for automotive water pumps, vanes and rotors, high temperature piston rings, and dies for metal casting.
Shiroki North America, Inc. in Dalton, Georgia.
Produces window regulators and door frames.
SPAL Automotive USA in Ankeny, Iowa.
A supplier of electric fans and blowers for the automotive and other industries. Site activities include sales and distribution.
Stanley Electric U.S. Co., Ltd. in London, Ohio.
A supplier of automotive exterior lighting, automotive electronics, LED devices, heater controls, and bulbs, optical sensors, etc.
Star Micronics America, Inc. in Edison, New Jersey.
A manufacturer of receivers, speakers, microphones and sensors. Applications include body and engine controllers, door chimes, front collision warning indicators, backup alerts, turn signals, instrument clusters, seatbelt reminders, low fuel indicators and telematics.
St. Clair Technologies, Inc. in Wallaceburg, Ontario.
A full-service manufacturer of wiring harness and electrical systems.
Stewart EFI Connecticut, LLC in Thomaston, Connecticut.
Manufactures metal stampings and assemblies for automotive ABS systems, fuel injection air valve controls, latches, lighting, air bag, and sensor systems.
STMicroelectronics, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
A global independent semiconductor company. Products include ICs for automotive systems, such as engine control, airbag, ABS, in-car entertainment, safety and control; circuits for toll systems.
Stranco Products, Inc. in Bolingbrook, Illinois.
A distributor of heat shrinkable products and electrical insulation. Automotive products include various types of dual-wall tubing and meltable inner adhesive and encapsulants walls to provide barriers against moisture, chemical contaminants and corrosion.
Sumida America Components, Inc. in Schaumburg, Illinois.
A supplier of coils, wire wound electronic products, transformers, plastic parts and flat flex cables.
Sumitomo Electric Wiring Systems, Inc. in Edmonton, Kentucky.
Produces electronic control units (ECUs) and fuse boxes.
Sumitomo Electric Wiring Systems, Inc. in Northville, Michigan.
Manufacturers of automotive wiring harnesses. Products include wire, wiring harnesses, terminals, connectors, fuse boxes, junction blocks, electronic control units as well as center clusters.
Superior Essex, Inc. in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
A manufacturer of copper and aluminum enamelled magnet/winding wire products. Automotive applications include electric motors/generators for HEV, EV, PHEV, BEV, E-REV, NEV applications.
Swoboda, Inc. in Kentwood, Michigan.
Facilities include a plastic injection molding shop and winding shop. Capabilities include electrical component assembly and punched part manufacturing. Products include automotive door lock components, electrical components, molded plastics and coil weldings.
Taditel Automotive Electronics, Ltd. in Anderson, Indiana.
A supplier of automotive electronic components such as ignition modules, sensors, rectifiers, PCB and Thick Film engine control modules, voltage regulators, etc.
TAD Yazaki in Durango, DGO.
An automotive electronic components supplier.
TDK Corporation of America in Lincolnshire, Illinois.
A supplier of ceramic capacitors, inductors, EMC solutions, magnets, power supplies, OLED technology etc. Automotive applications range from safely and convenience and car navigation to in-car entertainment and hybrid engine vehicle technology. Other products include anechoic chambers and factory automation equipment.
Tecvox OEM Solutions, LLC in Madison, Alabama.
A supplier of electrical cable assemblies to the automotive and other industries. Product capabilities include in-dash mounted automotive media hubs.
Telamon Industrial Solutions in Dayton, Ohio.
Specializes in electromechanical switches, wire harnesses, contract manufacturing, inspection, sorting with full design and engineering support for prototype, production, and past model service.
The Bergquist Company in Chanhassen, Minnesota.
A manufacturer of thermally conductive insulation materials and substrates used in cooling power electronics, membrane switches for horn switch applications, and touch-screens for telematic applications
Thermtrol Corporation in North Canton, Ohio.
A manufacturer of wire harnesses, cable harnesses, thermal protectors, and sub-assemblies.
The Zippertubing Company in Chandler, Arizona.
Provides jacketing and electronic shielding for wire and cable and flexible zip-on tubing for bundling and abrasion protection, d-track cable management system and automotive heat protection: aluminized fiberglass sleeving and custom shapes and sizes for high temperature protection.
Thomas & Betts Corporation in Memphis, Tennessee.
A manufacturer of low-voltage electrical connectors and components.
TLSI, Inc. in Huntington, New York.
Develops and manufactures products for the automotive and other industries utilizing CMOS, BiCMOS and Bipolar processes. Applications include engine controllers, power window controllers, airbag sensors, fluid (oil and coolant) level sensors, rear-window defoggers, keyless entry systems, ignition controllers, fuel injection controllers, dual battery controllers, microprocessor buffers, electronic horns, diesel engine controllers and windshield wiper controller.
TT Electronics in Carrollton, Texas.
A manufacturing and solutions provider for magnetic, inductive, and optical sensing products including LED illumination and optical sensing covering the infrared, visible and ultraviolet spectrum. Offers standard as well as application specific products for automotive electronics and other industries. Automotive applications include speed and position sensors, cam, crank, transmission speed sensors, fiber optic devices & links, safety related sensors, security sensors, location and position feedback sensors, electric motor sensors, air conditioning compressor sensors, and LP gas sensors etc.
TT Electronics in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Designs and manufactures resistive components for the automotive and other markets. Applications include ignition control, ride control, steering, transmission, captive fasteners, airbag systems, throttle-positioning potentiometers, running lamps, and anti-lock brakes.
TTI, Inc. in Irving, Texas.
A distributor of connector, passive, electromechanical and discrete components.
United Chemi-Con, Inc. in Rosemont, Illinois.
A manufacturer of aluminum electrolytic capacitors, aluminum solid capacitors with conductive polymer electrolyte (NPCAPTM), high CV value multilayer ceramic capacitors, film capacitors, double layer capacitors (DLCAP) and metal oxide varistors in both radial and chip styles.
UQM Technologies, Inc. in Longmont, Colorado.
A developer and manufacturer of power dense, high efficiency motors, precision gears and gear assemblies, wire harness assemblies, electronic boxes and circuit boards for the automotive markets including electric power systems for battery electric, hybrid electric and fuel cell electric vehicles, 42-volt under-the-hood power accessories.
US Micro Products, Inc. in Austin, Texas.
A supplier of automotive instrument displays. Products include LED, OLED, TFT, etc. displays.
Valeo, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Designs and manufactures components, integrated systems and modules for cars and trucks.
Valeo, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive components such as transmissions, climate control, engine cooling, lighting, electrical and wiper systems, motors and actuators, security systems, switches and electronics.
Ventra Grand Rapids 5, LLC in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Automotive exterior lighting systems and consoles and other plastic interior components. Products include fog lamps, head lamps, tail lamps, park & turn lamps, license lamps, center high mount stop lamps, instrument panel assemblies, console modules, electrical components, upholders, tail lamp electroforms, and other related items.
Venture Plastics, Inc. in Newton Falls, Ohio.
Specializes in design, tooling, injection molding, assembly, and finishing of plastic component parts. Automotive product capabilities include molded-in-color body side moldings, paintable body side moldings, electrical connectors, fuse blocks, power distribution boxes, fuse mount brackets, wire channels, etc.
Vernay Laboratories, Inc. in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
A designer and manufacturer of precision elastomeric fluid handling components for fuel systems, emission control systems, pneumatic/vacuum systems, hydraulic systems, automatic traction control systems, transmission systems, active suspension systems, power steering systems, and automatic temperature control/actuators.
Visteon Corporation in Van Buren Township, Michigan.
A supplier of complete automotive systems, modules, and single components in the following areas: chassis, climate control, electronics, exterior/interior systems, glass, fuel systems, engine management and powertrain controls.
Xerox Research Centre of Canada in Mississauga, Ontario.
A materials research center. Develops technologies with automotive and other applications such as conductive silver inks for printing circuits on plastics.
Yamaichi Electronics USA, Inc. in San Jose, California.
A supplier of automotive electronics such as board-to-board connectors, on-board module card connectors, data I/O cable connectors, memory SIM card connectors, coaxial cable connectors, FFC/FPC connectors, etc.
Yazaki North America, Inc. in Canton, Michigan.
Produces electrical distribution systems, fiber optics, instrumentation, solid state power centers, connection systems and electronics. Activities include research, development and delivery of vehicle power and data solutions, as well as advanced electronic technologies for vehicle applications.
Young Technology, Inc. in Addison, Illinois.
A designer, manufacturer and importer of automotive and motor industry components including leather wrapped components, shifter system components, oil seals, bearing components, motor laminations, molded rubber, molded plastic components, forged and formed steel components.
ZF TRW North America in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive electronic controls.