Seat Belts (36)
Suppliers of vehicle seat belt system parts and components.
AEC Narrow Fabrics in Asheboro, North Carolina.
A manufacturer of seat belt webbing and various woven tethers for the transportation and other markets.
AEC Virginia, LLC in Boykins, Virginia.
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.
Autoliv, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of vehicle safety systems and components including airbags, knee bolsters, seat belts, pretensioners, sensors and electronics.
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.
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.
Dudek & Bock Spring Manufacturing Company in Chicago, Illinois.
A supplier of springs, wireforms, stampings, and assemblies. Automotive applications include latches, master cylinder keys, interior and seating systems, safety systems etc.
DuraFiber Technologies, Inc. in Huntersville, North Carolina.
A supplier of industrial polyester fibers and fabrics such as HMLS tire yarn and HDI yarn, polymer chip (external use) and multiplex. Automotive application areas include tire cord and seat belts.
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.
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.
GWR Safety Systems, Inc. in St. Louis, Missouri.
A manufacturer of seat belts.
Hamlin Tool and Machine Company Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of metal stampings and assemblies. Product application areas include seat and seat belt components, steering and brake part components, engine cooling system components, transmission and powertrain components, & chassis and body support components.
Highland Industries, Inc. in Kernersville, North Carolina.
A supplier of industrial fabrics and textiles. Capabilities include weaving, knitting, finishing, coating, and lamination. Products include airbag fabrics.
IMMIŽ in Westfield, Indiana.
Develops and manufactures safety systems for the heavy truck, child seating and other industries.
Indiana Precision Forge, L.L.C. in Shelbyville, Indiana.
A supplier of precision cold forged and machined parts for the automotive industry. Application areas include steering system parts, air conditioner crankshafts, seat belt parts, hose joints and transmission system parts.
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 Lakeland, Florida.
A supplier of occupant protection systems, including airbags and inflators, seat belts, steering wheels, and electronics and sensors, interiors and plastics.
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.
LMC Industries, Inc. in Arnold, Missouri.
A supplier of metal-stamping, plastic injection/insert molded automotive parts, and tool and die services. Capabilities also include chemical passivating, assemblies, welding, screw machines and general machine work as well as part decoration (hot stamping, decal transfers), sonic welding assembly and specialty packaging, etc.
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.
Micro Metal Finishing, LLC in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A supplier of automotive safety components. Products include wires, seat belt buckles, child seat latches, retractor base housings, headrests, and as well headlamp bulb shields.
MVS Saegertown Manufacturing in Saegertown, Pennsylvania.
Services include cold forming of carbon and alloy steel components for various industries. Secondary machining also available. Products include slugs, preforms, weld couplings, cores, gear blanks, ball studs, shafts, injector bodies, bosses, hose fittings, mining bit bodies, road planning bodies, sleeves, airbag inflator components, seat tract components, etc.
Polyamide High Performance, Inc. in Scottsboro, Alabama.
A supplier of seatbelt and airbag fabric yarns.
Principal Manufacturing Corporation in Broadview, Illinois.
A provider of fineblanking and conventional stamping services including insert molding, broaching, welding, deburring, drilling, CNC machining, milling, tapping, turning, and assembly requirements. Current capabilities include plastic insert molding, fineblanking up to 500 tons, and conventional stamping up to 400 tons. Other products include screw machine components such as pins, bushing, and shafts for assemblies.
Prism Plastics, LLC in Port Huron, Michigan.
A plastics injection molder specializing in tight-tolerance parts. Automotive application areas include seat belts, air bags, fuel components and brake systems.
RPK Mexico S.A. de C.V. in Celaya, Guanajuato.
A manufacturer of springs, wire forms and copper coils for the automotive industry.
Takata Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive safety systems. Products include seatbelt systems and components, airbag modules and inflators, electronic sensor units and modules, steering wheels and clock springs, as well as interior trim components.
Takata Corporation in San Antonio, Texas.
Manufactures and supplies safety-restraint systems such as seat belts.
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 Triad Metal Products Company in Parma, Ohio.
A metal stamper. Secondary operations include assembly (automated/manual), riveting, tapping and welding. Product application areas include assemblies, seat buckles and transmission parts.
TRQSS in Tecumseh, Ontario.
Products include active seat belt systems as well as injection molding parts.
Voestalpine Rotec, Inc. in Lafayette, Indiana.
A supplier of cut-to-length tubing. Application areas include airbag and seatbelt components.
ZF TRW Automotive U.S. LLC in Reynosa, Tamaulipas.
A supplier of switches and HVAC products.
ZF TRW North America in Washington, Michigan.
A supplier of inflatable restraint systems including complete airbag systems with driver-side, passenger side, side-impact and rollover curtain applications. Components/products include gas generant inflators, bag and module assemblies. Seat belt systems include standard and pyrotechnic retractor and buckle assemblies, energy management devices, height adjusters, seat-integrated restraints and active control retractor (ACR-1) systems. Safety electronics include airbag crash sensors, diagnostic modules and disable systems, vehicle rollover sensors, vision systems and smart restraint electronics including occupant-weight and child seat-sensors, complete tire pressure monitoring systems, and remote keyless entry (RKE) systems.
ZF TRW North America in Winona, Minnesota.
A supplier of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) controls and actuators, interior controls and switches, rain and multifunction sensors, transmission switches, power management controls, safety sensors for braking and steering, and safety interface controls and electronics for airbags and seat positioning.