GM Components Holdings

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GM Components Holdings LLC
Limited liability company
Industry Automotive industry
Founded 2009
Key people
Bill Shaw, General Manager
Niharika Ramdev, Vice President
Products automotive components
Number of employees
5,001-10,000[1]
Website http://www.kokomogmch.com

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.[2][3]

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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