Instrument Panels/Consoles (161)
Suppliers of vehicle instrument panels, consoles and related components.
ABC Group, Inc. in Toronto, Ontario.
Provides a complete line of thermoplastic systems and components for air induction systems, fluid management systems, fuel systems, exterior and interior systems, including instrument panels and spoilers for the global automotive industry. Processes include blow molding, injection molding, thermoforming, powder slush molding, flexible foaming systems, sheet extrusion, interior/exterior painting, metal stampings and material compounding.
ABC Group Sales and Marketing in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive products. Applications include interior (instrument panels, seating systems, interior trim, and HVAC); exterior (bumper systems, spoilers, running boards, and trim); under-hood (flexible products, air induction, and fluid management), and fuel systems.
Adient, Ltd. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A provider of automotive systems and facility management and control. Products include seating and interior systems such as seats, overhead, door, instrument panels, trim, storage and batteries.
Advanced Technology Corporation in Andover, Ohio.
A supplier of forward, rear, side and interior lighting applications for the automotive and medium to heavy truck industries. Multipurpose components including electric connectors and componentry and various under-the-hood components.
Advantech Plastics, LLC in Woodstock, Illinois.
Products include injection molded plastic parts such as instrument panel components, acrylic lenses, interior bezels, shifter knobs, shifter assemblies, keyless entgry housings, back lighting controls, back lighting buttons, pads, cushions, insert molded spacer blocks, door handle components, sunroof components, sunroof assemblies, etc.
AGM Automotive, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Products include dome lamps, reading lamps, ambient lighting systems, task lighting systems, courtesy lighting systems, PRNDM modules, control switches, jumper harnesses, interior assist handles, coat hooks, overhead consoles, plastic interior components as well as floor mats, cargo mats and foot rests, etc. Capabilities include mold manufacturing, injection molding, plastic decoration, textile processing, etc. Site activities include design, engineering, development, validation, manufacturing and assembly.
AGS Automotive Systems in Scarborough, Ontario.
A manufacturer of heavy metal stampings for the automotive industry, including assembly and finishing of the stamped products including cross members, control arms, suspension components, instrument panel structure assemblies, modular assemblies, general stampings, and front and rear bumper assemblies.
Allied Tube & Conduit Corporation in Harvey, Illinois.
A manufacturer and fabricator of mechanical steel tubing, in-line galvanized steel tubing, aluminum tubing, custom rollform products (coated and uncoated), etc. Automotive applications include door impact beams (DIBs) and structural components.
American Metal & Plastics, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A full service supplier of automotive stampings, weld components, CAD plastic injection molding, and assemblies. Products include ashtrays, storage trays, center consoles, surround bezels, cupholders, brackets, step plates, I.P. and door trim with color match paint capabilities, etc.
American Stitchco, Inc. in Mountain Home, Arkansas.
A supplier of auto accessories and components such as products made of fabric, vinyl, or leather, which are stitched, stuffed, heat sealed, screen printed, or embroidered. Automotive product applications include tire covers, front masks (car bras), hood covers, cargo liners, luggage carriers, car and cab covers, seat covers, cabanas, grab handles, emergency kits, consoles, gear shifter boots, tool bags, ski-bags, security covers and sun shades.
Ametek Vehicular Instrumentation Systems in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Designs and manufactures OEM instruments and data collection units for heavy duty, over-the-road trucks and off-road construction, agricultural vehicles, military, buses and coaches, and recreational vehicles.
Anchor Manufacturing Group, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
A manufacturer of class A appearance trim including front and rear skid plates, step plates, window and door sills and assemblies; steering column components including jacket and tube assemblies, straps, levers, lock adapters, braces, brackets, and other safety critical components; welded assemblies, and standard stampings for interior, exterior, structural, exhaust, NVH, ride control, seating, brake, chassis, and other applications. Materials include stainless steel, carbon steel, advanced high strength steel, galvanized and organic coated steel, aluminum and high strength aluminum, beryllium copper, and other metals. In-house capabilities include advance product development, prototyping, metal stamping, welding, automation, machining, staking, riveting, tapping, fabricating, powder coating, and tool & die.
Apache Mills, Inc. in Calhoun, Georgia.
A supplier of automotive specialty composites with application areas including underlayment, dashes, firewalls, engine compartments, carpeting, flooring, thermoformable flooring, HVAC component enclosures, acoustical/impact/vibration control materials, floor mats, cargo mats, instrument panel materials/composites, foams and sub-assemblies, etc.
ArcelorMittal Shelby in Shelby, Ohio.
A tube manufacturer offering steel manufacturing, mechanical steel tube manufacturing, CNC bending, press forming, assembly robotic MIG welding, hydroforming, Multiwall™ tubing, and laser cutting. Products include instrument panel supports, suspension components, axle housings, frame components, control arm sleeves and engine supports. Process capabilities include drawn over mandrel, ERW, as well as cold drawn and hot finish seamless products.
ArcelorMittal Woodstock in Woodstock, Ontario.
Fully integrated tube manufacturer offering steel manufacturing, steel tube manufacturing, CNC bending, press forming, assembly robotic MIG welding, hydroforming, Multiwall™ tubing, and laser cutting. Products include instrument panel supports, suspension components, axle housings, frame components, control arm sleeves and engine supports.
Arkal Automotive in London, Ontario.
A supplier of functional long-glass fiber reinforced thermoplastic automotive body structure components. Application areas include low bumper stiffners, ASM supports, guide rail central supports, battery tray modules, front multi-function brackets, door carrier plates, seat backs, rear guide rails, fender liners, latch brackets, sunroof structures, water deflectors, ABS/ESP brackets, air inlet components, upper dash panels, front end uppers, etc.
Arlen Tool Company, Ltd. in Windsor, Ontario.
Automotive products include A, B, & C pillar garnish trim; carpet retainers; consoles; glove boxes; instrument panel components; door handle bezels; step pads; roof rails; splash/stone shields; valances; license plate brackets; wheel liners; headlamp bezels; grilles, side body trim molding; mud flaps; rocker panels; air dams; hood screens; gas tanks (multi layer blow molds), etc.
Arvin Sango, Inc. in Madison, Indiana.
A supplier of exhaust systems and other components. Products include mufflers and general exhaust parts and components as well as door impact beams, C-class stampings, upper fuel tanks, lower fuel tanks, and instrument panel reinforcements.
Autoneum Canada, Ltd. in Tillsonburg, Ontario.
Products include manufactures automotive noise reduction and heat shield components.
Autoneum North America, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of noise control and thermal insulation systems. Products include dampers, acoustic systems, interior trim, and thermal management systems.
Baxter Enterprises, LLC in Winchester, Tennessee.
Capabilities include interior and exterior components for fascia, underhood, instrument panel, center console, door, hard trim and luggage compartment application areas. Services include product design & development, tooling feasibility, proto/production mold design & build, check fixture design & build, prototype molding, production part molding, assembly and warehousing.
Baytech Plastics Inc. in Midland, Ontario.
Engineers, manufactures, finishes and assembles custom-molded plastic components. Services include contract manufacturing of sub-assemblies in a environmentally controlled facility.
Bridgewater Interiors, LLC in Detroit, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive interior components such as seat assemblies, center consoles, and overhead systems.
CalsonicKansei North America, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of systems and components for exhaust, engine cooling, climate control, front end modules, cockpit modules, clusters, and interior plastics.
CalsonicKansei North America, Inc. in Lewisburg, Tennessee.
Manufacturer of automotive interior and electronic systems. Products include meters, plastic components, and instrument panels.
Capsonic Automotive, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive end item assemblies such as electromechanical assemblies, switches, solenoids, sensors, motor assemblies, wiring, and lighting.
Center Manufacturing, Inc. in Byron Center, Michigan.
A fabricator of metal stampings, metal assemblies and welded tubular structures. Products include instrument panel tie bars. Manufacturing capabilities include stamping, various types of robotic welding, CNC and mechanical tube bending, orbital riveting, and mechanical clinching.
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.
Clarion Technologies, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
A full-service custom injection molder, providing rapid prototyping and design models, mold design and engineering services, mold manufacturing, injection molding and post-molding assembly. Applications include colored Class A interior components and assemblies such as overhead consoles, dome lamps and assemblies, HVAC vents, grab handles and appliqué moldings.
Clark Brothers Instrument Company in Shelby Township, Michigan.
A supplier of gauges, speedometer/tachometer cables, ratio adapters, control cables, testing and tuning equipment.
Commercial Vehicle Group, Inc. in New Albany, Ohio.
Services include the design and manufacture of suspension seats systems, interior trim systems (including instrument and door panels, headliners, cabinetry, molded products and floor systems), cab structures and components, mirrors, wiper systems, electronic wiring harness assemblies and controls and switches for heavy-duty trucks and commercial vehicles.
ContiTech North America, Inc. in Montvale, New Jersey.
A supplier of air spring systems, elastomer coatings, fuel hoses, hoses and hose assemblies for heating/cooling systems, belt drive systems and vibration control products.
DAA Draexlmaier Automotive of America LLC in Duncan, South Carolina.
Produces vehicle interior systems. Applications include interior componentsm instrument panels, linings, center consoles, levers, gear sticks, wiring harnesses, fiber optic cables, and door panels.
Dakkota Integrated Systems, LLC in Louisville, Kentucky.
A supplier of interior automotive products such as dashboards and instrument panels.
Dakkota Integrated Systems, LLC in Holt, Michigan.
Specializes in the assembly and sequencing of complete interior trim assemblies and other products such as cooling systems for the automotive industry. Product areas include cockpits, door panel assemblies, overhead systems, complete floor consoles, and cargo systems.
Dakkota Integrated Systems, LLC in Tecumseh, Ontario.
Products include instrument panel modules.
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.
Decatur Plastic Products Inc. in North Vernon, Indiana.
A supplier of custom injection molding and flocking services. Specializes in console bins, glove box assemblies, eyeglass holders, etc. Capabilities include injection mold and assembly of glove boxes, armrests (both conventional and overmolded), console assemblies as well as standard under the hood molded products.
DENSO International America, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of powertrain control systems including diesel injection products, engine control components, and system control components. Electric systems including engine electrical products, safety and chassis systems products. Electronic systems including body electronics and electronic devices. Thermal systems including air conditioning, cooling systems, and environmental systems such as radiators etc.
DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee, Inc. in Maryville, Tennessee.
A supplier of starters, alternators, instruments and instruments clusters and automotive electronic products.
DENSO Mexico S.A. de C.V. in Apodaca, Nuevo Leon.
Products include instrument clusters, climate control panels, fuel senders, air fuel modules, wheel speed sensors, evaporator leak checks and valves.
Detroit Manufacturing Systems, LLC in Detroit, Michigan.
Produces cockpit modules, instrument panels, door panels and center consoles. Capabilities include injection molding, ultrasonic welding, assembly, etc.
DuraTech Industries, Inc. in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of custom graphics for the automotive and other industries. Specializes in screen printed products including overlays, appliqués and pressure sensitive products. Also offers in-mold decorating, decorative mechanical finishes, digital printing, doming, flexographic printing, insulators and gaskets, membrane switches, metal nameplates, supplier managed inventory and bin stocking, art services, and a full line of POP graphics.
Eagle Ottawa, LLC in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Supplier of leather products for interior applications such as seats, consoles, armrests, door bolsters, and headrests, etc.
EFP Corporation in Elkhart, Indiana.
Automotive products include jack stand trays, bumper cores, floor spacers, steering column fillers, side impact components (for door panels), upper instrument panel fillers, pillar area pads, knee bolsters, head impact components, rear load floor/trunk spacers, water shields, headrests and dunnage trays.
Eissmann Automotive North America, Inc. in Pell City, Alabama.
An automotive interior supplier. Products include gear knobs, door systems, trim components, center consoles, instrument panels, arm rests, handbrake gaiters, shifter systems, etc. Also provides structural and surface carbon fiber components (composite components) for automotive interior applications.
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 Rantoul, Illinois.
A manufacturer of plastic injection molded and assembled interior automotive parts. Specializes in molding and assembling of interior trim including in-mold and post decorations. Produces instrument panel assemblies.
Engineered Plastic Components, Inc. in Owensboro, Kentucky.
Produces plastic injection-molded automotive parts such as instrument panel assemblies, door panel assemblies, HVAC assemblies as well as interior and exterior plastic parts.
EuWe Eugen Wexler de México S.A. de C.V. in Cd. Industrial Xicohténcatl, Tetla/Tlaxcala.
Products include instrument panel components; center consoles; pillar trim; trunk liners; seat covers and other interior trim and technical parts, components and modules. Capabilities include straight injection molding; two-component injection molding; gas assisted injection molding; insert molding; interior trim painting; laser etching, welding and assembly operations.
Faurecia Interior Systems in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Capabilities include injection molding, over molding, insert molding, plastic welding, heat transfer labeling and assembly. Products include HVAC housings, ducts, scrolls, blowers; radiator end tanks; seating trim; structural seat components; engine cooling components; wire channels, front end modules; and instrument panels.
Faurecia Interior Systems in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive interior components and systems. Able to produce and assemble complete cockpit systems. Parts include dashboards, consoles, trim parts, door panels, molded carpets and soundproofing mats, rear shelves, trunk liners, headliners, cockpit modules, door assemblies and soundproofing systems, external bumpers, and lateral protective strips.
Faurecia Interior Systems in Fountain Inn, South Carolina.
A production plant for cockpit and instrument panels, door panels and modules.
Flex-N-Gate Corporation in Rockford, Tennessee.
Services include custom injection molding (single & multi color), hardcoating, painting, metallizing and assembly, etc. Product application areas include backlights; quarter windows; integrated roof systems; A, B, C & D pillars; roof rack components; door handles; mirror scallops; window trim; lighting components; exterior trim; headlamp lenses; tail lamp lenses; rear combination lenses; CHMSLs; cowel vent grills; steering column covers; switch bezels; shifter bezels; instrument panel masks; door bezels; arm rest trim and pads; door panel inserts; center consols; dash and door trim; steering wheel covers, etc. Capabilities include glazing, hardcoated polycarbonate, hardcoated black polycarbonate, multi-shot molding, painted and mold-in-color (MIC) interior trim, insert molding, hot stamping and pad printing, and hydrographics.
Fosta-Tek Optics, Inc. in Leominster, Massachusetts.
Specializes in the design and manufacture of polymer-based optical components and coatings. Automotive applications include mirror coatings, anti-reflective coatings, heads-up display mirrors, instrument panel clusters, etc.
FRAEN Corporation in Reading, Massachusetts.
Designs and molds plastic optics for LED lighting such as light-pipe and unlit instrument pointers for automotive instrument panel applications.
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.
Gentherm Incorporated in Northville, Michigan.
Develops and markets proprietary thermoelectric-based automotive seat heating and cooling systems. Other automotive products include heated/cooled cup holders and cold storage bins.
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.
Gill Industries, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A full service supplier of engineered mechanical and welded assemblies for the automotive and utility vehicle industries. Interior products include head restraints, hinges, latches, consoles, seat frames, risers, and armrests.
GM Nameplate in Seattle, Washington.
A manufacturer of automotive interior ornamentation including instrument panel clusters, interior trim, molded control components (PRNDL's, sill plates, headlamp switches), clocks, electroluminescent keypads, touch screen monitors and other branding components, including airbag emblems.
Grammer, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Produces headrests, armrests, center consoles and integrated child booster seats, crash active headrests etc.
Great Lakes Assemblies, LLC in East Liberty, Ohio.
A supplier of automobile and motorcycle wheel assemblies as well as automotive center console modules.
Greenville Technology, Inc. in Greenville, Ohio.
Manufactures custom, plastic injection molded automotive parts. Products include air ducts, cowl top assemblies, covers, spoiler assemblies, trunk lids, console components and assemblies, etc.
Grupo Antolin North America, Inc. in Howell, Michigan.
A provider of seating systems and specialty seat mechanisms. Other products include cockpit modules, overhead and sidewall systems, carpets and acoustic systems, cargo management systems as well as complete vehicle interiors.
Heartland Automotive, LLC in Greencastle, Illinois.
A supplier of interior and exterior automotive components. Products include plastic molded, painted and and assembled parts such as instrument panels, door panels, consoles, pillars, head liners, aprons and rear gates and exterior cladding.
Hicks Plastics Company, Inc. in Macomb Township, Michigan.
A plastics molder. Capabilities include vacuum metallization and paint finishes as well as assembly. Automotive products include headlamps, tail lamps, brake lights, interior trim, and dashboard parts.
Honda North America, Inc. in Marysville, Ohio.
Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc.: An automotive assembly plant. Operations include stamping, plastics injection molding, welding, painting, subassembly and assembly, testing, quality assurance, shipping and export. Manufactures automobile instrument panels, stamped parts & front fenders. Honda Engineering North America, Inc.: Site activities include research, development and design of manufacturing production technologies and methods, and the engineering, design and manufacture of equipment and tooling used in mass assembly production.
Immersion Corporation in San Jose, California.
Licenses technology and supports the design and development of tactile feedback control devices for automotive applications found within instrument panels, center consoles and steering columns.
INOAC Group North America, LLC in Springfield, Kentucky.
An automotive supplier of polyurethane and plastic interior products including armrest and door trim, seat trim and side seat armrest components; headrests; console lids and console components; airbag covers; instrument panel trim; and pillar grips/pillar garnish, cup hlders, etc.
INOAC Interior Systems, LP in St. Marys, Ontario.
Products include instrument panels, floor consoles, instrument panel trim, air bag door covers & small plastic parts. Site capabilities include injection molding, vacuum forming, powder casting, robotic painting, foam and vibration welding, etc.
INOAC USA, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Specializes in polymer plastics, rubber and foam fabrication for interior, exterior and under-hood components including instrument panels, consoles, headrests, armrests, rear spoilers, body-side moldings, roof rails, window moldings, HVAC foam seals, headliner EA cushions, interior cushioning, foam air-filters, etc.
International Automotive Components Group North America, LLC in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive cockpit modules and floor and acoustic systems and as well as instrument panels, plastic-based trim, and convertible top systems.
International Automotive Components Group North America, LLC in Southfield, Michigan.
Supplies door & trim systems (hard, semi-soft & soft door panels, decorative vinyl & cloth-covered inserts, appliqués, armrests, speaker grilles, switch plates, map pockets, energy-absorbing safety items, sound deadening parts, etc.); cockpit systems (hard, soft-feel & sewn leather IPs, air distribution ducts/outlets, glove boxes, decorative appliqués & plastic trim, injection molded side panels, painted decorative parts, leather wrapped armrests); flooring (floor consoles, trim, rear package trays, floor mats, trunk trim, dash & engine noise insulation including non-woven & woven carpet, sound barrier & acoustic components, Barium sulfate acoustic insulation, etc.); headliner & modular overhead systems (consoles, formable rigid urethane headliner substrates, grab handles, visors, energy management brackets & lamps); cargo management (compression molded honeycomb/polypropylene load floors); interior garnish trim & exterior components (fenders, bumpers, rocker panels/door sills & cowl grilles, etc.).
Inteva Products, LLC in Troy, Michigan.
Designs, engineers, manufactures and assembles interior systems, cockpits, latch and closure systems and door module and window lift systems.
Kasai North America, Inc. in Manchester, Tennessee.
Manufactures injection molded automotive parts such as door trim panels, rear shelf, trunk trim, dash insulators and plastic injection trim.
Kautex Corporation in Windsor, Ontario.
Produces plastic fuel tanks and fuel supply systems. Other products include blow molded functional components for engine compartment, interior and trunk applications such as washer and headlamp cleaning systems, cooling water pumps, air ducting, door trays, glove compartment lids, rear seats, etc.
Kautex Textron in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of instrument panels, door panels, armrests, airbag doors, center consoles, headliners, exterior trim, lighting, iron castings, camshafts, fuel tank systems, fuel filter assemblies, windshield and headlamp washing systems, seating comfort systems, machine tools, components and assembly systems for the automotive market.
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.
Lakeside Plastics Limited in Oldcastle, Ontario.
A supplier of plastic injection molded parts and component assemblies for the automotive industry. Products include interior garnish trim, functional plastics, console and door components.
Lauren Plastics, LLC in Spring Lake, Michigan.
A manufacturer of extruded seals for both interior/exterior and under-hood applications. Products include windshield seals, air deflectors, radiator seals, hood seals and various gimp seals as well as tri extrusions for below belt glass run channels, seating clips and headliner protectors, extruded electronic module covers and wire raceways, tri-extruded multi-material parts for in-door and under-hood sealing applications.
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.
Leon Plastics, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A supplier of padded armrests for door and console applications as well as glove box door assemblies, knee bolsters, console extensions, etc.
Listowel Technology, Inc. in Listowel, Ontario.
A supplier of injection molded plastic parts. Automotive product application areas include defrost ducts, side defrost garnishments, control panel housings, seal pockets, globe boxes, cowl top components, spoilers, rear garnishments, side sill garnishments, center consoles, and other interior plastic components.
Madison-Kipp Corporation in Madison, Wisconsin.
A supplier of aluminum engineered machined parts and subassemblies (high pressure, squeeze, ductile, semi-solid), complex machining and assembly services.
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.
Magna Mirrors North America, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
A supplier of mirror systems, window systems, door handles, and electronics.
M&C Specialties Company in Southampton, Pennsylvania.
A die-cutter/converter of 3M automotive tapes, acrylic tapes, VHB products, BSR products, anti-squeak flocking, laminations, sound and vibration control products, and paint masking tapes. Applications include exterior and interior trim attachments, emblem attachment, anti-mutilation, surface protection films, shielding and conduction, anti-squeak, gaskets, under-hood labels, heat abatement, dual lock fastening, pressure sensitive adhesion, fabrics, and foams, etc.
Master Molded Products Corporation in Elgin, Illinois.
A thermoplastic custom injection molder. Capabilities include complete design, engineering and manufacturing of plastic products. Specializes in engineering resins and decorative applications and inmolded components of various materials - metal and decorative. Electric presses with sizes ranging from 40 tons to 650 tons. Conventional and rotary presses range from 1 to 110 ounces. Component application areas include vehicle instrument clusters, lens and housings, interior bezels, armrests, keyless entry systems, telematic components, and under the hood module housings.
MicroVision, Inc. in Redmond, Washington.
A supplier of optical scanning systems for a broad range of display and imaging applications. Applications include head-up maps and instrumentation displays.
Midwest Acoust-A-Fiber, Inc. in Delaware, Ohio.
Manufactures thermal acoustical engineering products for high temperature insulation and noise suppression. Products include fiberglass, eglass, basalt, diabase, ceramic, vermiculite, and wood mat. Automotive applications include internal combustion engine components, catalytic converters, crossover pipes, insulation, fuel tanks, mufflers, exhaust manifolds, turbo chargers, firewalls, hood liners, heat shields, etc.
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.
MOBIS Alabama, LLC in Montgomery, Alabama.
Produces cockpit modules and front & rear chassis. Also produces plastics used in bumper assemblies, interior door trim and exterior door garnishing.
MOBIS Georgia, LLC in West Point, Georgia.
Products include front-end modules, front-rolling chassis modules, rear-chassis modules and cockpit modules as well as front and rear bumpers.
MSB Plastics Manufacturing, Ltd. in Etobicoke, Ontario.
A moulder of automotive plastic components such as instrument panels, air bag doors, armrests, interior trim, etc.
MSSL Wiring Systems, Inc. in Warren, Ohio.
Designs and manufactures wiring harnesses and instrument panels.
NBHX Trim USA Corporation in Comstock Park, Michigan.
Manufactures interior wood trim components for OEM automotive applications such as instrument panels, center consoles, side door panels and similar wood components.
Neaton Auto Products Manufacturing, Inc. in Eaton, Ohio.
A manufacturer of steering wheels, airbag module assemblies, instrument panels and related interior trim parts, ventilators, consoles, glove boxes, and other interior and exterior trim parts.
N.S. International, Ltd. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of instrument panel clusters and head-up display units. Capabilities also include embedded software for automotive instrument clusters.
NYX, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
A supplier of plastic components. Capabilities include product engineering, management, and design services. Unigraphics, PDGS, MDRC, Catia, AutoCAD, injection molding - 100 ton - 2800 ton presses, extruded tubes, consoles, glove boxes, garnish trim, door trim, rear package shelves, latches, IP bezels, knee bolsters, trim, vacuum harnesses, windshield wiper/washer tubes, emission harnesses, and drain tubes.
OSRAM SYLVANIA, Inc. in Hillsboro, New Hampshire.
A supplier of automotive lighting and connector products including auxiliary, advanced halogen, light emitting diodes (LEDs) and HID technologies for interior, exterior and forward lighting applications.
Paneltronics, Inc. in Hialeah Gardens, Florida.
A manufacturer of custom instrument panels, instrument clusters and power distribution panels for the automotive, commercial vehicle, specialty vehicle and other industries.
Piher North America in Delafield, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of automotive position controls, sensors, encoders, potentiometers and trimmers.
Plastikon Industries, Inc. in Hayward, California.
Products include exterior louvers, paneling and railings, bumper supports, fenders, mud guards, door locking systems; interior molded systems such as instrument panels, consoles, garnish pillars, entertainment/audio/video system components, braking, seating and storage components, etc.; interior wrapping for console lids, shifter knobs and steering wheels; interior trim for seating door panel inserts, gear shift and parking boots,etc.; under the hood applications such as fan shroud and cooling systems, resonators, fuel tank systems and electrical covers, etc.; and decorative applications such as nameplates, interior/exterior trim, bezles, knobs, etc.
Primera Plastics, Inc. in Zeeland, Michigan.
Provides plastic injection molding services.
RCO Engineering, Inc. in Roseville, Michigan.
A provider of whole vehicle, total product development, design and engineering services. Capabilities include interior and exterior plastic trim components, tools and parts; 3-D design services; seat development (foam, trim, plastic and metal); low volume production; aluminum injection mold tooling and production; wire harness development; and contract labor placements.
Research Frontiers Incorporated in Woodbury, New York.
Develops and licenses proprietary light-control technology for use in electrically operated light-control devices that regulate the transmission of light, glare and heat using light-absorbing microscopic particles suspended within a liquid. An applied electrical voltage forces the particles to align allowing for a range of transparencies. Automotive applications include self-dimming automotive sunroofs, sun visors, mirrors, side windows, rear windows, etc.
Rogers Corporation in Chandler, Arizona.
A manufacturer of electroluminescent lighting systems for instrument clusters, PRNDLs, radio & climate control panels, ambiance and accent lighting and display backlighting.
RPK Mexico S.A. de C.V. in Celaya, Guanajuato.
A manufacturer of springs, wire forms and copper coils for the automotive industry.
SAIC USA, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Products include pistons, crankshafts and camshafts, tramsmission components, forgings, head and tail lamps, instrument panels and steering wheels.
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.
SAS Automotive USA, LLC in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
Serigraph, Inc. in West Bend, Wisconsin.
Provides graphic overlays for functional, decorative, informative and integrated applications. Capabilities include screen printing, offset printing, digital printing, forming and embossing, die-cutting, laminating, and in-mold decorating. Facilities include Class 10,000 and 100,000 clean rooms and a certified testing laboratory.
Shiloh Industries, Inc. in Canton, Michigan.
A manufacturer of engineered metal products, including body structures (frame rails, cross members, and side sills), interior metallics (full metal seating assemblies, instrument panel cross members, and seating mechanisms), and engineered welded blanks (door panels and body side panels), etc.
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).
SRG Global, Inc. in Evansville, Indiana.
Manufactures automotive trim. Processes include conventional injection molding, painting, chrome application, assembly and resist and topcoat application.
Summit Polymers, Inc. in Portage, Michigan.
Produces air conditioner registers in addition to trim panels, glove boxes, cupholders, and flocked bins. Processes include molding, painting and assembly.
Summit Polymers, Inc. in Portage, Michigan.
An automotive supplier of injection molded interior trim. Specializes in the engineering, manufacture and assembly of feature based air conditioning registers, consoles and trim panels.
Summit Polymers, Inc. in Sturgis, Michigan.
Operations include assembly and painting of A/C registers, instrument panels, and cup holders.
TG Minto Corporation in Palmerston, Ontario.
A supplier of plastic interior & exterior components such as console boxes, instrument panels, etc.
TG Minto Corporation in Stratford, Ontario.
Produces interior and exterior automotive components. Products include instrument panel components, pillar garnishes, column hole covers, etc.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company in Akron, Ohio.
Specializes in tires, hoses, belts, interior trim, air springs, and molded rubber products.
The Haartz Corporation in Acton, Massachusetts.
A supplier of engineered coated materials. Products include sport-utility and convertible top fabrics and moldable interior trim materials.
The Haartz Corporation in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of sport-utility and convertible top fabrics and moldable interior trim materials.
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.
Thompson Aluminum Casting Company, Inc. in Cuyahoga Heights, Ohio.
Capabilities include prototype and production castings of instrument panels, seat frames, cam covers, crossfire carburetor covers, valve covers, onboard computer covers, brake and clutch assemblies, and other components such as engine blocks, cylinder heads, manifolds, wheels, hubs, etc.
Tianma Microelectronics in Southfield, Michigan.
A provider of automotive instrumentation displays.
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.
Toyotetsu America, Inc. in Somerset, Kentucky.
A supplier of structural automotive components and stampings. Main products include radiator supports, center body pillars, cross members, dash panels, lower arms and brake pedals.
Toyotetsu Texas, Inc. in San Antonio, Texas.
Products include radiator supports, dash panels, cowl tops, cross members, lower arms and brake pedals.
Trelleborg Automotive Americas in South Haven, Michigan.
A provider of vehicle anti-vibration and acoustic management services. Products include systems for engine mounting, suspension, exhaust, fluid circulation, impact protection, brake shims and flexible boots.
Trims Unlimited LLC in Imlay City, Michigan.
An interior soft goods supplier for cloth, vinyl and leather cut, sew, and wrap applications including lock pillars, instrument panel assemblies, instrument panel top pads, instrument cluster bezels, manual shift boots, park brake boots, head rests, A pillars, B pillars, C pillars, D pillars, seat frame covers, door bolsters, armrests and other interior components.
Trybus, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
Provides automotive seating design & development, CNC milling, pattern digitizing & cutting, prototype seat & foam development, production pattern development, soft trim, foam skiving, metal fabrication, wood fabrication & production sewing.
TS Tech Canada, Inc. in Newmarket, Ontario.
Produces automotive seats.
TS Tech North America, Inc. in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.
Provides research & development services, manufacturing and delivery of complete automotive interior systems, including seats, roof and door liners.
Tyco Electronics Corporation in Berwyn, Pennsylvania.
Manufactures connectors and assemblies including sensors, optoelectronics, circuit boards, wireless components, in addition to complete interconnection systems.
UFP Technologies, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Provides solutions for filtering, gasketing, acoustical and packaging with flexible foam. Automotive applications include air cleaners, filters, gaskets, insulation, and sound absorption.
Ultra Manufacturing Ltd. in Waterloo, Ontario.
Specializes in injection molded components and assemblies for automotive interior component applications. In house design, engineering, and tooling facilities.
US Micro Products, Inc. in Austin, Texas.
A supplier of automotive instrument displays. Products include LED, OLED, TFT, etc. displays.
Vehicle Improvement Products, Inc. in Antioch, Illinois.
A manufacturer of steering wheels and molded products. Capabilities include arm rests, shift knobs, and other interior parts.
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.
Ventra Salem, LLC in Salem, Ohio.
Product areas include instruction panels, floor console assemblies, armrests, air-conditioner registers, air duct assemblies, door trim, center & door bezels, and in-mold appliqués. Capabilities include plastic molding, painting, assembly, vacuum forming, vinyl wrapping and insert molding.
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.
Vuteq Canada, Inc. in Woodstock, Ontario.
Specializes in automotive interior trim, glass assembly, vacuum forming and custom assembly.
Wamco, Inc. in Costa Mesa, California.
A supplier of backlighting solutions including subminiature incandescent lamps, miniature incandescent lamps, LEDs, halogens, fluorescents, etc. to the automotive industry.
Wedge Enterprises, Inc. in Saint Charles, Illinois.
A manufacturers representative. Client capabilities include injection molding, blow molding, foam molding, thermoset (BMC) molding, air bag laser scoring, plastic electrostatic painting, plastic chrome plating, interior rotary atomizer (bell gun) plastic painting, sputtered (PVD) plastics, as well as first surface PVD (tint and matte finishes). Automotive application areas include interior & exterior chrome and painted decorative plastics, clusters, bezels, consoles, door trim, pillars, grilles, garnishes, acrylic & urethane emblems, reflectors, bumpers, spoilers, roof racks, etc.
West Michigan Flocking and Assembly LLC in South Haven, Michigan.
A supplier of flocked coated products as well as flocked fabric to the automotive industry. Capabilities include injection molded plastic parts.
World Class Plastics, Inc. in Russells Point, Ohio.
Services include injection molding, assembly, pad printing, hot stamping, ultrasonic staking, ultrasonic welding, insert molding, and decorating. Automotive product capabilities include seat levers, cup holders, ventilation outlets, side-shield covers, wire harnesses, shift knobs, brackets and horn pads, etc.
Yanfeng USA Automotive Trim Systems, Inc. in Harrison Township, Michigan.
A supplier of plastic injection molded automotive interior trim components. Products include consoles, instrument panels, door panels, 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 Livonia, Michigan.
Products include active & passive safety systems.