Manufacturers supplying automotive vehicle exterior mirrors and mirror systems.
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.
Advanced Forming Technology USA in Longmont, Colorado.
Services include metal injection molding combining powder metallurgy and plastic injection, thixoforming, and metal matrix composites.
Advanced Prototyping, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A prototype supplier of plastic aluminum and zinc parts. Process used are stereolithography, selective laser sintering, plastic casting, injection molding.
Buehler Motor Inc. in Morrisville, North Carolina.
A manufacture of standard and custom engineered sub fractional DC motors, gearmotors and actuators. Applications include mirror adjusting, regulation of air conditioning, and triggering of ABS mechanisms, etc.
Camryn Industries, LLC in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of integrated chassis, suspension and mechinical components and assemblies. Product application areas include front & rear suspension modules, front & rear corner modules, front & rear coil suspension modules, front & rear shock assemblies, control arm assemblies, seat tracks, seat back frames, door latches, tail gate hinges & latches, head rest assemblies as well as interior trim.
Carlex Glass America, LLC in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A supplier of glass systems including windshields, rain & light sensors, glass window sliders, side glass, backlite glass, liftgates, sunroofs, solar management glass, reflective glass, etc.
Cascade Die Casting Group, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A producer of aluminum and zinc die castings and related products custom made to customer specifications ready to assemble. Products used in automotive interior seats and systems, exterior body and trim, electronics and powertrain applications.
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.
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.
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.
Dynacast, Inc. in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A die-caster specializing in zinc, aluminum and magnesium alloys. Capabilities include machining, tapping, deflashing, vibratory finishing, thermal deburring, wheelabrating, plating, and painting.
Eaton Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio.
Expertise in component integration platforms for engine air management systems, powertrain and specialty controls. Produces mono- and multi-cylinder heads in aluminum or cast iron, diesel and gasoline fuel filters, oil filters, fuel vapor valves, and common rail diesel pressure/flow regulators, valvetrain products, superchargers, cylinder heads, locking and limited slip differentials, sensors, actuators, transmission control modules, mirror glass actuators, suspension controls, tire valves, decorative body moldings and fluid connectors including hoses, hose assemblies, fittings and adapters.
FICOSA North America Corporation in Shelbyville, Kentucky.
A manufacturer of truck & car rear and side view mirrors and small lamps as well as molded and painted components.
FICOSA North America Corporation in Madison Heights, Michigan.
A provider of automotive systems and components such as rear-view systems (interiors and external), gear shift systems (automatic and manual), parking control systems (hand brake manual or electrical), command and control cables, systems for seats and doors, pedals, windscreen and headlamp washer systems, air tubes, tanks for water and liquid brakes, sun visors, steering column & starter locks as well as closing and locking systems.
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.
Gentex Corporation in Zeeland, Michigan.
Provides interior and exterior automatic-dimming rearview mirrors: exterior mirrors with and without LED turn signals, and interior mirrors with additional electronic features including telematics, LED map/reading lamps, compass and temperature displays, tire-pressure warning systems, headlamp controls, microphones with voice recognition capabilities, and TRIP functions, rear-camera display mirror and SmartBeam (high-beam assist systems).
Grote Industries, LLC in Madison, Indiana.
A manufacturer of vehicle lighting and safety systems. Products include lamps, emergency lighting, flashers, coil cords, reflectors, back-up alarms, and mirrors.
ITW Chronotherm in Elmhurst, Illinois.
A manufacturer of automotive mirror heaters, seat heaters and sensors, windshield wiper heaters and floor mat heaters.
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).
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 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.
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.
MEKRA Lang North America, LLC in Ridgeway, South Carolina.
Designers and manufactures of commercial vehicle vision systems. Products include cameras, proximity sensors and information displays. Manufacturing capabilities include injection molding, tool making, automated assembly, tube bending, laser cutting, actuator assembly, wire harness assembly, JIT shipping, sequence deliveries, EDI, etc.
Metal Powder Products Company in Westfield, Indiana.
A supplier of custom-engineered net-shape powder metallurgy products for a wide variety of automotive applications. Expertise includes a full range of PM material technology utilizing ferrous, non-ferrous, stainless steel and aluminum alloys. Products include clutch hubs, gears, cam caps, latch bolts, cams, and ring gears.
Murakami Manufacturing USA, Inc. in Campbellsville, Kentucky.
Produces vehicle parts and accessories including exterior rear-view mirrors.
Muth Mirror Systems, LLC in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of Signal® Mirrors that function as rear-view mirrors and external through-the-glass signaling devices. Site activities include cutting of automotive glass, laser glass etching, LED mirror assembly, testing, etc.
NSG Pilkington North America, Inc. in Northwood, Ohio.
A supplier of automotive glass products and glazing systems. Products include prefabricated glass and glass modules.
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.
Rostra Precision Controls, Inc. in Laurinburg, North Carolina.
A provider of electronic or electro-mechanical components and systems to the automotive industry. Areas of interest include back-up cameras, cruise controls, rear sensing devices, ultrasonic parking aides, lumbar supports, seat heaters, and transmission controls. Services include design, proto-typing, testing and manufacturing.
RPK Mexico S.A. de C.V. in Celaya, Guanajuato.
A manufacturer of springs, wire forms and copper coils for the automotive industry.
SMR Automotive Systems USA Inc. in Marysville, Michigan.
A supplier of light truck mirrors.
Sumitomo Corporation of America in Wixom, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive, rolled steel and tubular products.
Webasto Roof Systems, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive roof systems including sunroofs, panorama roofs, convertible tops and roof panel assemblies as well as temperature management systems and power tonneau covers.
Wright Plastic Products Company, LLC in Sheridan, Michigan.
An injection molder. Services include engineering, program management, and manufacturing of molded, welded, assembled and decorated products for the automotive and other industries. Automotive products include shifter knobs, bobbins, chassis attachment modules, electronic/chime housings, mirror shells & components, seat adjust gear housings, battery terminals, tube adaptors, and tubing bundle clips, etc.