Manufacturers supplying automotive drivetrain/transmission system transaxles and related components.
AISIN U.S.A. Manufacturing, Inc. in Seymour, Indiana.
Develops and manufactures automotive components and systems such as door frames, roofs, latching systems, brakes, engines, seating, trim molding, etc.
Allison Transmission, Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A designer and manufacturer of commercial-duty automatic transmissions, hybrid propulsion systems, and related parts and services for on-highway trucks and buses, off-highway equipment and military vehicles.
Alto Products Corporation in Atmore, Alabama.
A manufacturer of clutch plates and automatic transmission parts including friction and steel plates. Capabilities include complete design and manufacturing of bonded friction materials, stamped steel separator reaction discs, brake bands and gasket & seal kits as well as bonding, stamping, engineering, in-house tooling, and design services.
Amtec Precision Products, Inc. in Elgin, Illinois.
Services include precision machining, injection molded plastics, product assembly and tool systems. Application areas include powertrain, fuel, ride control, brake, air conditioning and hydraulic valves/pumps.
Auburn Gear, Inc. in Auburn, Indiana.
A manufacturer of drivetrain, transaxle and multi-purpose engine components. Facilities include development, gauge, gear and metallurgical laboratories. Production facilities on premises include capability for turning, gear cutting, spline rolling, heat treat, shot peening and finished grinding.
Clark Testing Services, LLC in Buchanan, Michigan.
A product testing laboratory located in southwest lower Michigan. Areas of expertise include powertrain, hydraulics, structures, field data acquisition & analysis and environmental testing.
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.
Dana Holding Corporation in Maumee, Ohio.
A supplier of axles; driveshafts; vehicle architecture; chassis, steering, and suspension products; sealing, thermal management, fluid transfer, and engine power products; systems assembly, management, and integration services; and related service parts.
Diemolding Corporation in Canastota, New York.
Designs, develops, and manufactures thermoset phenolic components for the automotive industry. Products include pistons, pulleys, thrust washers, and reactors, etc.
Dynotech Engineering Services in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of balancing services, dynamometer and driveshaft support for the automotive industry.
Eaton Fluid Power in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
A manufacturer of fluid power systems; electrical power quality, distribution and control; automotive engine air management and fuel economy; and intelligent truck systems for fuel economy and safety.
Fiat Chrysler U.S., LLC in Kokomo, Indiana.
A die-cast facility. Products include aluminum parts for automotive components such as engine blocks and transmission & transaxle cases.
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.
Hitchiner Manufacturing Company, Inc. in Milford, New Hampshire.
A supplier of complete-to-print ferrous automotive investment castings, specializing in high volume powertrain, fuel and exhaust applications.
JTEKT Torsen North America, Inc. in Rochester, New York.
A supplier of torque sensing traction differentials used in front, center, and rear vehicle driveline applications.
Keystone Powdered Metal Company in St. Marys, Pennsylvania.
Designs and manufactures powdered metal parts and Selflube™ bearings. Products include camshaft sprockets, forged helical pinions, park gears, carriers, inner races, crankshaft sprockets, coast clutch hub/input assemblies, magnetic actuators, mechanical diodes, driven sprockets, park sprag guides, spur gears, outer races, bearings, etc.
Koyo Corporation of U.S.A. in West Lake, Ohio.
A manufacturer of ball & roller bearings, hub units, water pump bearings, long life bearings for automotive drive train, transmission and components as well as engine bearings. Services and technical capabilities include application development plus bearing analysis and testing.
Lefere Forge in Jackson, Michigan.
A supplier of closed die hot forgings ranging from 5 to 150 pounds in carbon and alloy steel. Products include gears, hubs, spindles, wheel flanges, etc.
Linamar Corporation in Guelph, Ontario.
A supplier of engine, transmission, and driveline sub-assemblies, full assemblies and modules. Products include cylinder heads, camshafts, crankcases and connecting rods, transmission shafts, differential cases, valve bodies, gears, clutch assemblies, transmission pumps, knuckles, brake drums, brake rotors, control arms, rack and pinion assemblies, gears. Services include precision machining, assembly, testing, product development, engineering, system Integration, custom shipping & logistics.
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 Powertrain, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive powertrain components. Products include four-wheel and all-wheel drive systems (transfer cases, axle drives, manual transaxles), axle modules, transmission parts, and engine systems (water pumps, oil pumps, tubular driveshaft assemblies, oil pans, and cam covers).
Metaldyne Corporation in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of metal-based components, assemblies and modules for powertrain and chassis applications including engine, transmission/transfer case, wheel-end and suspension, axle and driveline, and noise and vibration control products to the automotive industry. Applications include sintered products (bearing caps, carriers, connecting rods, oil jets, transfer case sprockets, variable valve timing components, camshaft caps); forging products (bevel gears, hollow/full transmission shafts, splined sleeves, ring rolling sliding sleeves, splined sleeves, housings, hollowed parts, pressure vessels, splined parts); vibration control products (dampers, isolation pulleys, viscous dampers); driveline & BSM products (balance shaft modules, clutch modules, differential assemblies, automatic transmission valve bodies).
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.
Midwest Control Products Corporation in Bushnell, Illinois.
A supplier of linkage end products, ball joints, clevis ends, clevis spring pins, forged yoke ends, eye road ends, and tubing fabrication.
Nissan North America, Inc. in Decherd, Tennessee.
Produces 4-, 6- and 8-cylinder gasoline engines. Scheduled to produce motors for the electric Leaf vehicle. Site capabilities include crankshaft forging and cylinder block casting.
PMG Corporation in Livonia, Michigan.
A global supplier of powder metal powertrain and chassis components for the automotive industry.
Raybestos Powertrain, LLC in Crawfordsville, Indiana.
Develops and manufactures oil-cooled friction materials and thermosetting phenolic adhesives used primarily in automotive and heavy duty OE clutch applications. Products include automatic and powershift transmission friction plates, friction plates for wet wheel brake applications, PTO clutch plates, synchronizer clutches and torque converter clutch parts.
Spencer Forge & Manufacturing Company in Spencer, Ohio.
An upset forging company. Machining services include turning, grinding, milling, keyway cutting, boring, drilling, gun-drilling, integral bull-gear hobbing, spline hobbing and spline rolling. Heat treating services include carburizing, through hardening, quench and temper, induction hardening and normalizing.
Torrington Forming Machinery, Inc. in Brossard, Québec.
Services include cold forming metal tubes and rods for the automotive industry. Processes used include rotary swaging, in-line end forming, rotary forming, and push-pull. Further processes include drilling, milling, stamping, notching, chamfering and deburring.
TREMEC in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of rear-wheel-drive manual transmissions and components.
Univance, Inc. in Winchester, Kentucky.
A supplier of parts for automatic and manual transmissions.
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.