GM Components Holdings

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GM Components Holdings LLC
Type Limited liability company
Industry Automotive industry
Founded 2009
Key people Bill Shaw, General Manager
Niharika Ramdev, Vice President
Products automotive components

GM Components Holdings is an automotive components producer and distributor based in the United States. It is a subsidiary of General Motors. GMCH was created in 2009 as a result of the bankruptcy filings of both Delphi Corporation and General Motors.[1][2]

GMCH consists of four facilities previously owned by Delphi:

  • Harrison Thermal Systems, Lockport, New YorkHVAC climate control systems, powertrain cooling systems
  • Rochester Powertrain, Rochester, New York — engine management systems and related products
  • Wyoming Powertrain Systems Grand Rapids, Wyoming, Michigan — valve train products
  • Delco Electronics and Safety, Kokomo, Indiana — automotive electronics and related products

These plants manufacture components for GM and 20 other customers.

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