Delphi Spends $14 Million To Upgrade Plants

Delphi Automotive Systems recently announced that it will spend nearly $18.6 million to upgrade manufacturing processes at four production facilities. The single largest investment -- $14 million -- is targeted for use at the manufacturer's ASEC Manufacturing plant in Port of Catoosa, Okla. ASEC is a subsidiary of Delphi and produces catalysts for auto and motorcycle applications. In addition to upgrading processes, the investment in ASEC will be used to expand the offices and laboratories of the technical staff. At other locations, Delphi will invest nearly $3 million for equipment for facilities, tools, and operations at its Milwaukee plant, spend $1 million to repair and upgrade a spark-plug kiln at its Flint East site in Michigan, and spend $600,000 for the first phase of a pilot line for linear exhaust gas recirculation valves for diesel and gas engines.

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