Manufacturers supplying automotive door handles.
Magna Mirrors North America, Inc. in Alto, Michigan.
A supplier of exterior and interior mirror systems as well as actuators, electrochromic (EC) glass (auto-dimming), and door handle systems.
Magna Mirrors North America, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
A supplier of mirror systems, window systems, door handles, and electronics.
McKechnie Vehicle Components in Roseville, Michigan.
A supplier of decorative exterior trim products. Manufacturing capabilities include nickel-chrome plating on plastic and stainless steel surfaces, plastic injection molding, metal stamping, base and clear coat painting and assembly.
Mitchell Plastics USA in Kitchener, Ontario.
A supplier of injection molded components and plastic automotive interior parts. Capabilities include in-house product design, development, engineering, and testing as well as various manufacturing processes such as injection moulding, assembly, and decorating processes.
PLEXPACK Corporation in Scarborough, Ontario.
Services include product design, development and testing capabilities for plastic components and subassemblies. Expertise also includes mold design and project management, computer-assisted design and engineering such as FEA and mold filling analysis. Manufacturing capabilities include vertical molding, insert molding, automated assembly, and in-house tooling.
RPK Mexico S.A. de C.V. in Celaya, Guanajuato.
A manufacturer of springs, wire forms and copper coils for the automotive industry.
Sanko Gosei Technologies USA, Inc. in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Precision injection moulding of automotive components. Products include fender liners, mud guards, engine splash shields, baffles, underbody shielding, insulator panels, and various chassis and body components.
Southco, Inc. in Concordville, Pennsylvania.
Provides latches, captive fasteners, hinges, handles and other accessories. Automotive application areas include instrument panels (glove boxes, ash trays and cup holders), consoles & seats (center consoles, seat & door storage, engine covers), cargo areas (load floors, panel tie downs and convenience systems) and as well service panels & shields (underbody noise shields, engine covers and exterior access panels).
The LM Group in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A full service injection molder with full tool building facilities. Capabilities include full program management for initial concept through production of component. Experience includes all thermoplastic resins and a wide range of engineered resins. Automotive products include boxes, electrical components, under-hood and dash support brackets, water deflectors and splash shields.