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Amerigon Incorporated engages in the design, development, and marketing of electronic components and systems for sale to car and truck original equipment manufacturers. Its product, Climate Control Seat, provides cooling and heating to seat occupants in all climatic conditions through a thermoelectric-based temperature management system. Amerigon's subsidiary, BSST LLC, is engaged in developing thermoelectric devices (TED) for TED-based automotive and nonautomotive products. Amerigon was founded in 1991 by Lon E. Bell and is headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan.


Titan International, Inc. manufactures wheels, tires, and assemblies for off-highway vehicles in North America. It comprises four product groups: Agricultural Equipment, Consumer Products, Earthmoving/Construction Equipment, and Military Components. Agricultural Equipment group consists of wheels and tires for machinery used by the commercial farming sector, including tractors, combines, crop handling equipment and tillage, soil preparation, and planting and harvesting machinery. Consumer Products group includes wheels, tires, and brake assemblies for all-terrain vehicles, boat and utility trailers, golf cars, lawn and garden tractors, and specialty automotive wheels. Earthmoving/Construction Equipment group consists of wheels and tires for machinery used in both construction and mining industries, including graders and levelers, scrapers, self-propelled shovel loaders, loader transporters, and haul trucks. Military Components group includes wheels, rims, tires, and components for government use on trucks, tanks, and personnel carriers. The company distributes its products directly to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), and independent and OEM affiliated dealers, as well as through a network of distribution facilities in the United States and Italy. Titan International is headquartered in Quincy, Illinois.


Aftermarket Technology Corp. provides outsourced engineered solutions and supply chain logistics services to the light vehicle aftermarket, such as cars and light trucks; and consumer electronics industries in the United States, Canada, and Europe. The company operates in drivetrain and logistics businesses. Its drivetrain business engages in the remanufacture and distribution of drivetrain products used in the repair of automobiles and light trucks in the automotive aftermarket. The company sells factory-approved remanufactured drivetrain products directly to automobile manufacturers. These products consist of remanufactured transmissions; and remanufactured torque converters, valve bodies, and engines. The company also sells select remanufactured engines to various European original equipment manufacturers. ATC's logistics business offers various services, including warehouse, distribution and reverse logistics, turnkey order fulfillment and information services, and returned material reclamation disposition. In addition, the company remanufactures and distributes electronic components. Aftermarket Technology Corp. was formed in 1994 and is headquartered in Downers Grove, Illinois.


BorgWarner, Inc. engages in the manufacture and sale of engineered systems and components primarily for powertrain applications worldwide. The company operates in two segments, Drivetrain and Engine. The Drivetrain segment's products include transmission components and systems for torque management applications. They comprise friction plates, one-way clutches, transmission bands, and torque converter lock-up clutches for automatic transmissions. The Engine segment develops strategies and products to manage engines for fuel efficiency and reduced emissions. Its products comprise turbochargers, chains, emissions and thermal systems, and ignition systems. This segment provides turbochargers for light vehicle and commercial vehicle, and industrial applications for diesel and gasoline engine manufacturers. Chain and chain systems include timing chain and timing chain systems, crankshaft and camshaft sprockets, chain tensioners, and snubbers. It offers components and systems used for automated transmissions, fluid pumps, engine air intake modules, engine emission controls, and actuation systems. This segment also offers diesel cold-start technology and supplies ignition technology for gasoline vehicles. It sells its products to original equipment manufacturers of commercial trucks, buses, and agricultural and off-highway vehicles primarily in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. The company's products are sold worldwide primarily to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of light vehicles, such as passenger cars, sport-utility vehicles, vans, and light trucks. They are also sold to OEMs of commercial trucks, buses, and agricultural and off-highway vehicles. BorgWarner operates manufacturing facilities serving customers in the Americas, Europe, and Asia, as well as serves as an original equipment supplier to major automotive OEMs in the world. BorgWarner was incorporated in 1987 and is headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan.


Gentex Corporation engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of electro-optic products, including automatic-dimming (AD) rearview mirrors for the automotive industry, as well as fire protection products primarily for the commercial building industry worldwide. Its AD mirrors include the AD headlamp control mirror, the AD lighted mirror with light emitting diode map lamps, the AD compass mirror, the AD mirror with remote keyless entry, the AD compass/temperature mirror, the AD dual display compass/temperature mirror, AD telematics mirrors, and the AD HomeLink mirror for the automotive vehicles. The company manufactures approximately 60 models of smoke alarms and smoke detectors, combined with approximately 160 models of signaling appliances. These fire protection products are generally used in fire detection systems common to office buildings, hotels, motels, military bases, college dormitories, and other commercial establishments. Gentex also offers single-station alarms for both commercial and residential applications. The fire protection products are sold directly to fire protection and security product distributors under the company's brand name, electrical wholesale houses, and to original equipment manufacturers of fire protection systems under both the company's brand name and private labels. Gentex was founded by Fred Bauer in 1974. The company is based in Zeeland, Michigan.


Hayes Lemmerz International, Inc. engages in the design and manufacture of wheels for the light vehicle market worldwide. Its products include automotive wheels, wheels and brake components for commercial highway vehicles, and powertrain components. The company also offers aluminum nonstructural components for the automotive, commercial highway, heating, and general equipment industries. It operates in three segments: Automotive Wheels, Components, and Other. The Automotive Wheels segment provides fabricated steel and cast aluminum wheels for original equipment manufacturers in the passenger car and light vehicle markets. The Components segment offers suspension, brake, and powertrain components for original equipment manufacturers in the passenger car and light vehicle markets. The Other segment provides wheel and brake products for commercial highway and aftermarket customers in North America. The company is headquartered in Northville, Michigan.


Johnson Controls, Inc. provides installed building control systems and technical and facility management services for the nonresidential buildings market worldwide. It operates through three segments: Building Efficiency, Interior Experience, and Power Solutions. The Building Efficiency segment provides control systems that monitor, automate, and integrate building operating equipment and conditions. This segment also provides technical services, which include the operation, scheduled maintenance, and repair of building equipment, such as control systems, chillers, and boilers, as well as facility management services. It sells its products and services to building owners and contractors, as well as to original equipment manufacturers, wholesalers, and distributors of air-conditioning and refrigeration systems, and commercial heating systems. The Interior Experience segment designs and manufactures systems and products, including seating systems and components; cockpit systems, including instrument clusters, information displays, and body controllers; overhead systems, including headliners and electronic convenience features; floor consoles; and door systems. This segment's products and systems are used in passenger cars and light trucks, including vans, pick-up trucks, and sport/crossover utility vehicles. The Power Solutions segment manufactures automotive batteries for automotive original equipment manufacturers and the battery aftermarket. Johnson Controls has a joint venture with Saft to supply batteries for hybrid-electric vehicles and electric vehicles. The company was founded by Warren Seymour Johnson in 1885 as Johnson Electric Service Company. It changed its name to Johnson Controls, Inc. in 1974. Johnson Controls is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The company completed the acquisition of York International Corporation in December 2005. York International supplies heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration systems and solutions.


Dorman Products, Inc. supplies original equipment dealer automotive replacement parts, automotive hardware, brake products, and household hardware to the automotive aftermarket and mass merchandise markets. It designs, packages, and markets approximately 77,000 different automotive replacement parts (including brake parts), fasteners, and service line products. The company offers original equipment dealer parts, which include intake manifolds, exhaust manifolds, oil cooler lines, window regulators, radiator fan assemblies, power steering pulleys, and harmonic balancers; and replacement parts, such as window handles, switches, door hardware, interior trim parts, headlamp aiming screws and retainer rings, radiator parts, battery hold-down bolts and repair kits, valve train parts, and power steering filler caps. It also offers application specific and general automotive hardware, such as body hardware, general automotive fasteners, oil drain plugs, and wheel hardware; a selection of electrical connectors, wires, tools, testers, and accessories; and a line of home hardware and home organization products designed for retail merchandisers. Dorman sells its products through automotive aftermarket retailers and specialty markets, as well as national, regional, and local warehouse distributors in Canada, Europe, the Middle East, and the Far East. The company, formerly known as R&B, Inc., was founded in 1978. It changed its name to Dorman Products, Inc. in 2006. The company is headquartered in Colmar, Pennsylvania.


American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiaries engage in the manufacture, engineering, design, and validation of driveline systems and related powertrain components and chassis modules for light trucks, sport utility vehicles, and passenger cars and crossover vehicles. Its driveline systems include components that transfer power from the transmission and deliver it to the drive wheels. The company's driveline and related powertrain products include axles, chassis modules, driveshafts, chassis and steering components, driving heads, crankshafts, transmission parts, and metal formed products. American Axle had 14 locations in the United States, including Michigan, New York, and Ohio, as well as offices and facilities in Brazil, China, England, Germany, India, Japan, Mexico, Scotland, and South Korea, as of February 21, 2005. The company was founded in 1994 by Richard E. Dauch and is headquartered in Detroit, Michigan.


Tenneco, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of automotive emission control and ride control products to original equipment and aftermarket customers worldwide. Its emission control systems include mufflers and resonators, which provide noise elimination and acoustic tuning; catalytic converters, which convert harmful gaseous emission, such as carbon monoxide; exhaust manifolds components that collect gases from individual cylinders of a vehicle's engine and direct them into a single exhaust pipe; pipes, to connect various parts of both the hot and cold ends of an exhaust system; hangers and isolators, for system installation and noise elimination; and diesel particulate filters, which eliminate particulate matter emitted from diesel engines. Tenneco's ride control systems include shock absorbers, struts, vibration control components, kinetic roll controls, and advanced suspension systems. The company also offers other ride control products, such as load assist products, springs, steering stabilizers, adjustable suspension systems, suspension kits, and modular assemblies. Its aftermarket customers include full-line and specialty warehouse distributors, retailers, jobbers, installer chains, and car dealers. The company was founded in 1987. It was formerly known as Tenneco Automotive, Inc. and changed its name to Tenneco, Inc. in October 2005. Tenneco is headquartered in Lake Forest, Illinois.


WSI Industries, Inc., through its subsidiary, Taurus Numeric Tool, Inc., engages in the precision contract metal machining business in the United States. The company manufactures metal components in medium to high volumes requiring tolerances in accordance with customer specifications. It serves primarily the recreational vehicle, aerospace and avionics, defense, small engines, biosciences, and computer industries. The company was founded in 1950 and is headquartered in Monticello, Minnesota.


Noble International, Ltd., through its subsidiaries, provides tailored laser welded blanks and tubes for the automotive industry in North America and Australia. The company's laser-welded blanks are manufactured from two or more blanks of varying thickness and sizes welded together utilizing automated laser assemblies. These blanks are used by original equipment manufacturers or their suppliers in automobile body components such as doors, fenders, body side panels, and pillars. The company provides prototype design, engineering, laser welding of tailored blanks, tailor welded tubes, and other laser welding and cutting services of automotive components. It markets its products and services through its direct sales force. Noble International has a joint venture with Sumitomo Corporation. Noble International was founded by Robert J. Skandalaris in 1993 and is headquartered in Warren, Michigan.


Stoneridge, Inc. and its subsidiaries engage in the design and manufacture of electrical and electronic components, modules, and systems for the automotive, medium-and heavy-duty truck, agricultural, and off-highway vehicle markets. The company operates in Vehicle Management and Power Distribution, and Control Devices segments. The Vehicle Management and Power Distribution segment produces electronic instrument clusters, electronic control units, driver information systems, and electrical distribution systems, primarily wiring harnesses and connectors for electrical power and signal distribution. These products collect, store, and display vehicle information, such as speed, pressure, maintenance data, trip information, operator performance, temperature, distance traveled, and driver messages related to vehicle performance. The Control Devices segment produces electronic and electromechanical switches, control actuation devices, sensors, and driver information systems that monitor, measure, or activate a specific function within the vehicle. Its electromechanical actuator products enable users to deploy power functions in a vehicle and can be designed to integrate switching and control functions. The company sells its products primarily in North America and Europe. Stoneridge was founded by D.M. Draime in 1965. The company is headquartered in Warren, Ohio.


Magna International, Inc. engages in the design, development, and manufacture of automotive components, assemblies, modules, and systems worldwide. It also engineers and assembles complete vehicles. The company's products include automotive interior and closure components, systems, and modules; metal body systems, components, assemblies, and modules; exterior and interior mirror, and engineered glass systems; fascias, front and rear end modules, plastic body panels, exterior trim components and systems, greenhouse and sealing systems, roof modules, and lighting components; various engine, transmission, and fueling systems and components; various drivetrain components; and complete vehicle engineering and assembly. Magna also owns and operates thoroughbred racetracks and supplies live racing content to the intertrack, off-track, and account wagering markets. In addition, it offers technical training in machining, and tool and die manufacturing. The company offers its products and services to manufacturers of cars and light trucks in North America, Europe, Asia, and South America. The company was founded in 1905 and is headquartered in Aurora, Canada.


Williams Controls, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of electronic throttle and pneumatic control systems for heavy trucks, transit busses, and off-road equipment in the United States and internationally. It offers electronic throttle controls, which send a signal proportional to throttle position to adjust the speed of electronically controlled engines. The company also produces various pneumatic control products, which are used for vehicle control system applications. It serves customers in the heavy truck, transit bus, and off-road equipment industries. In addition, the company sells its products through a network of independent distributors and representatives to smaller original equipment manufacturers and to truck and bus owners as replacement parts. It has operations in Canada, Belgium, Sweden, Mexico, and Korea, as well as in other European countries, South America, Pacific Rim nations, and Australia. The company was founded in 1937 and is headquartered in Portland, Oregon.


Lear Corporation engages in the design and manufacture of interior systems and components for automobiles and light trucks worldwide. It operates in three segments: Seating, Interior, and Electronic and Electrical. The Seating segment manufactures, assembles, and supplies vehicle seating requirements, including seat systems and components. The Interior segment produces and supplies interior systems and components comprising instrument panels and cockpit systems, overhead systems, door panels, flooring and acoustic systems, and other interior products. The Electronic and Electrical segment provides electronic products and electrical distribution systems, primarily wire harnesses and junction boxes; interior control and entertainment systems; and wireless systems. The company sells its products principally to automotive original equipment manufacturers. Lear Corporation was founded in 1917 and is headquartered in Southfield, Michigan.


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Superior Industries International, Inc. engages in the design and manufacture of motor vehicle parts. It supplies cast and forged aluminum wheels to automobile and light truck manufacturers in North America. The company also involves in the market for aluminum suspension and related underbody components. The company was founded in 1957 and is headquartered in Van Nuys, California.


TRW Automotive Holdings Corp., through its subsidiaries, supplies automotive systems, modules, and components to automotive original equipment manufacturers and related after-markets worldwide. It operates in three segments: Chassis Systems, Occupant Safety Systems, and Automotive Components. The Chassis Systems segment designs, manufactures, and sells product lines relating to steering, foundation brakes, brake control, modules, and suspension. The Occupant Safety Systems segment designs, manufactures, and sells air bags, seat belts, safety electronics, steering wheels, and security electronic systems. The Automotive Components segment engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of body controls, engine valves, and engineered fasteners and components. In addition, the company sells engine valve and body control products. Its products are used in passenger cars, light trucks, and commercial vehicles. The company offers its products primarily in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany. TRW Automotive Holdings is headquartered in Livonia, Michigan.


Modine Manufacturing Company (MMC) engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of thermal management products, components, and systems for use in various original equipment manufacturer applications. The company provides various heat transfer products, including radiators, oil coolers, fuel coolers, transmission oil coolers, charge air coolers, condensers, radiator cores, EGR coolers, vehicular air conditioning, building HVAC system modules, and other components. It also offers electronics cooling products, which include heat pipes, heat sinks, heat exchangers, and cold plates; unit heaters; duct furnaces infrared units; and hydronic products, such as cabinet unit heaters and convectors. MMC's customers comprise automobile, truck, and bus manufacturers; agricultural and construction equipment manufacturers; heating and cooling equipment manufacturers; construction contractors; wholesalers of plumbing and heating equipment; radiator repair shops; wholesalers and installers of auto repair parts; computer and server manufacturers; telecommunications equipment manufacturers; and industrial electronic equipment manufacturers. The company distributes its products through independent manufacturers' representatives, independent warehouse distributors, and mass merchandisers worldwide. MMC was founded by Arthur B. Modine in 1916. The company is headquartered in Racine, Wisconsin.


GenTek, Inc. manufactures industrial components and performance chemicals. It operates in two segments, Manufacturing and Performance Products. The Manufacturing segment provides engineered components, wiring products, and services to automotive, appliance, and electronic and industrial markets. It offers stamped and machined rocker and roller-rocker arms, cam follower rollers, bearings, and mechanical roller tappets; electronic wire and cable assemblies, such as wire harnesses, ignition cables, molded parts, electro-mechanical assemblies, engine block heaters, battery blankets, and electrical switches that are used in automobiles, trucks, and personal recreation vehicles; vehicle and component testing services for the transportation industry; and fluid transport and handling equipment for automotive service applications. It also provides custom-designed power cord systems, and wire and cable assemblies for household appliances, industrial products, commercial and residential construction industries, and original equipment manufactures. The Performance Products segment provides chemical products and services to environmental services, pharmaceutical and personal care, technology, and chemical processing markets. It offers aluminum sulfate; ferric sulfate and other specialty flocculents; sulfuric acid regeneration services; and pollution abatement and sulfur recovery services. It also provides active chemical ingredients used in antiperspirants; active ingredients used in prescription pharmaceuticals, nutritional supplements, veterinary health products, and personal care products; electronic chemicals for the semiconductor and disk drive industries; and chemical intermediates used in newspapers, tires, paints, dyes, and carpets. The company's chemical processing products include alum and polymer-based coagulants; sodium nitrite; and sulfuric acid. It operates in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Germany, the U.K., and India. GenTek is headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey.


STRATTEC SECURITY CORPORATION engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of mechanical locks, electro-mechanical locks, latches, and related security/access control products for automotive manufacturers (OEMS) in North America and internationally. It provides locks and keys for cars and light trucks; ignition lock housings; and trunk latches, liftgate latches, tailgate latches, hood latches, side door latches, and related hardware. In addition, the company provides aftermarket support. STRATTEC SECURITY CORPORATION supplies its products to OEM auto and light truck manufacturers, as well as other transportation-related manufacturers primarily in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and China. It has alliance with WITTE Verwaltungsgesellschaft GmbH and its operating unit, WITTE-Velbert GmbH & Co. KG. The company was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


Autoliv, Inc. operates as a holding company that supplies automotive safety systems to the automotive manufacturers worldwide. The company, through Autoliv AB, develops, manufactures, and supplies car occupant restraint systems to the automotive industry. In addition, Autoliv, through Autoliv ASP, Inc., designs, develops, and manufactures airbag inflators, modules and airbag cushions, seat belts, and steering wheels. The company sells inflators and modules for use in driver, passenger, side-impact, and knee bolster airbag systems for automotive markets worldwide. Autoliv is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.


CLARCOR, Inc. engages in the manufacture and marketing of mobile, industrial, and environmental filtration products, as well as consumer and industrial packaging products in the United States and internationally. Its engine/mobile filtration products include filters for oil, air, fuel, coolants, and hydraulic fluids for trucks, automobiles, construction, mining and industrial equipment, locomotives, marine, and agricultural equipment. The industrial and environmental products include air and antimicrobial treated filters and high efficiency electronic air cleaners for commercial buildings, factories, residential buildings, paint spray booths, gas turbine systems, medical facilities, motor vehicle cabins, clean rooms, compressors, and dust collector systems. The process filtration products include specialty filters, industrial process liquid filters, filters for pharmaceutical processes and beverages, filtration systems for aircraft refueling, antipollution, sewage treatment and water recycling, bilge separators, sand control filters for oil and gas drilling, and woven wire and metallic products for filtration of plastics and polymer fibers. The company's packaging products include custom-styled containers and packaging items, including lithographed metal containers, flat sheet decorated metal, combination metal and plastic containers, plastic closures, and various specialties, such as spools for wire and cable, outer shells for dry cell batteries, and film canisters. These products are used primarily by the food, confectionery, spice, film, consumer healthcare, promotions, and battery industries. CLARCOR sells its engine/mobile filtration and industrial/environmental filtration products primarily through a combination of independent distributors, dealers for original equipment manufacturers, and directly to end-use customers, such as truck and equipment fleet users. CLARCOR was organized as an Illinois corporation in 1904 and is headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee.


China Automotive Systems, Inc., through its Sino-Foreign joint ventures, engages in the manufacture and sale of automotive systems and components in China. It offers rack and pinion power steering gears, and integral ball and nut power steering gears for cars, and light and heavy-duty vehicles. The company was incorporated in 1999 and is headquartered in Jing Zhou City, China.


ArvinMeritor, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, distribution, sale, service, and support of various integrated systems, modules, and components for use in commercial, specialty, and light vehicles worldwide. The company's light vehicle systems include emission systems and exhaust system components, such as mufflers, exhaust pipes, catalytic converters, diesel particulate filters, and exhaust manifolds; aperture systems, such as roof systems, door systems, and manual and power activated latch systems; undercarriage systems, including suspension systems, suspension modules, ride control systems, and wheel products for use in passenger cars, all-terrain vehicles, light trucks, and sport utility vehicles. Its commercial vehicle systems comprise drivetrain systems and components that consist of axles and drivelines, braking systems, suspension systems, exhaust and ride control products, transmissions, and emissions systems for medium and heavy duty trucks, trailers, and specialty vehicles. These products also include off-highway vehicle products for construction, material handling, agriculture, mining, and forestry applications; axles, brakes, and brake system components for use in medium-duty and heavy-duty military tactical wheeled vehicles; and axles, brakes, and transfer cases for use in buses, coaches and recreational, fire, and other specialty vehicles. ArvinMeritor serves various original equipment manufacturer (OEM) customers worldwide, including truck OEMs, light vehicle OEMs, trailer producers and specialty vehicle manufacturers, and certain aftermarkets. It has joint ventures with AB Volvo, First Auto Works Sihuan Axle Brake Group, and DongWon Precision Industrial Co., Ltd. ArvinMeritor was founded in 1921 and is headquartered in Troy, Michigan.


Tomkins plc, through its subsidiaries, manufactures engineering, industrial, and household products. Tomkins operates in three segments: Industrial and Automotive, Air Systems Components, and Engineered and Construction Products. The Industrial and Automotive segment manufactures V-belts, multi V-ribbed belts, synchronous belts, sheaves/sprockets, pulleys, tensioners, idlers, crankshaft dampers, powertrain components, systems and assemblies, engineered hose, fittings, and accessories for hydraulic power transmission systems used in mobile and stationary industrial equipment. It also offers industrial hoses used to convey liquids and bulk powder type materials focusing primarily in the petroleum, chemical, and food/beverage sectors. In addition, this segment produces a range of automotive hoses used in engine cooling, power steering, and fuel system applications, as well as manufactures arms, blades, linkage mechanisms, modules, motors, and electronic components for individual vehicle use. The Air Systems Components segment manufactures air handling components, such as fans, grilles, registers, diffusers, variable air volume units, fan coils, and terminal units for residential and commercial applications, as well as dampers for commercial and industrial use. This segment supplies its products to heating, ventilation, and air conditioning market. The Engineered and Construction Products segment manufactures and markets fiberglass and acrylic showers, bathtubs, tub/shower combinations, and whirlpools used in residential housing and commercial construction. It also offers plastic fittings used in agricultural irrigation, turf irrigation, water works, swimming pools, and spas for commercial and industrial applications, as well as for residential plumbing. The company primarily sells its products in Americas, Europe, Asia, and Australia through manufacturers' representatives, distributors, and wholesalers. Tomkins was incorporated in 1925 and is based in London.


Miller Industries, Inc. manufactures vehicle towing and recovery equipment under various brands in the United States, the United Kingdom, and France. The company offers a range of wrecker, car carrier, and trailer bodies. Its wreckers and car carriers are installed on truck chassis manufactured by third parties. Wreckers are used to recover and tow disabled vehicles and other equipment. Miller Industries' car carriers are flat-bed vehicles with hydraulic tilt mechanisms that enable a towing operator to drive or winch a vehicle onto the bed for transport. Car carriers transport new or disabled vehicles and other equipment, as well as transporting vehicles or other equipment over longer distances. Its multivehicle transport trailers are auto transport trailers with upper and lower decks, and hydraulic ramps for loading vehicles. The trailers are used for moving multiple vehicles for auto auctions, car dealerships, leasing companies, and other applications. Miller Industries sells its products primarily through independent distributors in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, as well as in other foreign markets, including Europe, the Pacific Rim, and the Middle East. The company is based in Ooltewah, Tennessee.


Standard Motor Products, Inc. engages in the manufacture and distribution of replacement parts for motor vehicles in the automotive aftermarket industry. The company operates in two segments, Engine Management and Temperature Control. The Engine Management segment manufactures ignition and emission parts, on-board computers, ignition wires, battery cables, and fuel system parts. The Temperature Control segment manufactures and remanufactures air conditioning compressors, power window accessories, and windshield washer systems. The company sells its products to warehouse distributors and retail chains, primarily in the United States, Canada, and Latin America, as well as in Europe. The company was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Long Island City, New York.


Commercial Vehicle Group, Inc. (CVG) engages in the design and manufacture of seat and seating systems; trim systems and components; and mirrors, wipers, and controls for the North American heavy truck and specialty transportation markets. Its seating systems include air suspension seats, static seats, passenger seats, bus seats, and rail car seats for class 8 heavy trucks and commercial vehicles used in the construction and agricultural industries. The company also manufactures office chairs for various office environments, such as emergency services, call centers, receptions, studios, boardrooms, and general office. CVG produces trim systems and components for the interior cabs of commercial vehicles, which includes A-pillars, B-pillars, door panels, interior trim panels, instrument panels, body panels, storage systems, floor covering systems, sleeper bunks, grab handles and armrests, bumper fascias and fender covers, privacy curtains, and privacy curtains. It also produces various mirrors, wipers, and controls used in commercial vehicles. The company, formerly known as Bostrom Holding, Inc., was formed in 2000. Commercial Vehicle Group is headquartered in New Albany, Ohio.


Visteon Corporation supplies automotive systems, modules, and components to global vehicle manufacturers and the automotive aftermarket in the United States. The company's automotive products include chassis products and systems, which consist of driveline systems, steering systems/ steering columns, suspension systems, and catalytic converters; interior products and systems that comprise cockpit modules, instrument panels, door and console modules, and interior trim components; and climate control products and systems, which include modules and systems that provide automotive heating, ventilation and air conditioning, and powertrain cooling. Its automotive products also include powertrain products and systems, which consist of powertrain electronics and engine induction systems, starters, alternators, and wiper washer; electronic products that comprise audio systems and driver information systems; and exterior products, which include lighting and bumpers. Visteon also designs, produces, and distributes automotive glass products for aftermarket customers, and float glass for commercial architectural and automotive applications. The company sells its products primarily to global vehicle manufacturers, as well as to other suppliers and assemblers. In addition, it sells its products for use as aftermarket and service parts to automotive original equipment manufacturers and others for resale. Visteon was incorporated in 2000 and is headquartered in Van Buren Township, Michigan.


Proliance International, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of heat exchange and temperature control products automotive and light trucks; and heavy duty heat exchange products. It offers radiators, radiator cores, heater cores, heaters, and air conditioning parts, including condensers, compressors, accumulators/driers, evaporators, hose and tube assemblies, blowers, and fan clutches. In addition, the company provides charge air coolers, oil coolers, marine coolers, and other specialty heat exchangers for heavy-duty trucks, buses, specialty equipment, industrial and marine applications such as agricultural, construction and military vehicles, oil rigs, stationary power generation equipments, and inland sea-going vessels. Its customers include national retailers of aftermarket automotive products, warehouse distributors, radiator shops, hard parts jobbers, and other manufacturers. The company operates in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Central America. Proliance International was founded in 1915 and is headquartered in New Haven, Connecticut.


Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Inc. (QFSTW) provides powertrain engineering, system integration, and manufacturing and assembly of packaged fuel systems and specialty equipment for automotive applications. It offers products for various applications, including fuel cells, hybrids, alternative fuels, hydrogen refueling, new body styles, mid-cycle vehicle product enhancements, and engines and drive trains for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and consumers of aftermarket parts and accessories. The company operates through two segments, Quantum Fuel Systems and Tecstar Automotive Group. The Quantum Fuel Systems segment manufactures packaged fuel systems for use in alternative fuel vehicles and fuel cell applications. Its principal fuel system products include gaseous fuel storage, fuel delivery, and electronic and drive system controls. The Tecstar Automotive Group's operations primarily consist of second stage manufacturing of pick-up trucks and sport utility vehicles. The Tecstar Automotive Group also engineers and designs concept vehicles and distributes automotive accessories through a dealer network. It also offers vehicle personalization products, including styling and performance products. Its styling products include body panels, rack systems, and running boards. In addition, QFSTW provides various services in the areas of design, development, validation, certification, manufacturing, and after-sales service support. Its customers are principally located in North America, Japan, and Germany. The company has strategic alliance with General Motors, AM General LLC, Sumitomo Corporation, and IMPCO Technologies, Inc. Quantum was incorporated in 2000 and is headquartered in Irvine, California.