Original Equipment Suppliers Association
2019/2020 ASSOCIATION UPDATE
OESA AT A GLANCE #1 TRADE ASSOCIATION
Championing the business interests of automotive suppliers in North America
45+ INDUSTRY EVENTS With industry-driven topics for suppliers
8 OEM TOWN HALLS
FCA, Ford, GM, Honda, Rivian, Nissan, Toyota and VW
15 PEER GROUP COUNCILS Ranked #1 member benefit
7,500+ INDUSTRY EXECUTIVES
807 COUNCIL MEMBERS
Networking at OESA events
Engaged in peer group discussions
15 MEMBER-CENTRIC TEAM MEMBERS
275 MEMBER ENGAGEMENT MEETINGS
Focused on understanding supplier concerns
Keeping suppliers abreast of the industry
500+ OESA MEMBER COMPANIES as of 12/31/18
TABLE OF CONTENTS Letter from the President....................................................................................... 5 Benefits of Membership......................................................................................... 6 Accomplishments and Key Initiatives..................................................................... 7 OESA Industry Events........................................................................................... 9 Government Advocacy......................................................................................... 10 Global Connections............................................................................................. 12 Supplier Industry Facts........................................................................................ 13 Peer Group Council Network............................................................................... 14 Member Resources........................................................................................ 16-17 2019 Board of Directors....................................................................................... 18 2018 Financial Summary..................................................................................... 19 2018 Sponsors................................................................................................ 20-21 Member Companies (as of June 2019)................................................................ 22 OESA Staff Directory........................................................................................... 27
ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association
MEMA represents the largest sector of manufacturing jobs and is one of the most powerful, respected, and effective voices for the supplier industry in Washington, D.C. It represents motor vehicle and mobility suppliers, parts manufacturers and remanufacturers.
MEMA Government Affairs advocates for policies that foster strong economic growth for the automotive supplier industry. It represents the supplier voice in Washington.
Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association
OESA is a division of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA). Members of all divisions are represented by MEMA’s advocacy team in Washington, D.C. and have access to MEMA's emerging technology expertise.
AASA represents automotive aftermarket suppliers that manufacture, distribute, retail and install vehicle parts, chemicals, equipment and accessories.
Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association
HDMA represents OE and aftermarket parts suppliers that participate in class 4–8 commercial vehicles and/or 50+ hp off-highway vehicles. Members operate in every segment of the heavy duty market — from components, service equipment and tires to chemicals, lighting and accessories.
The Association for Sustainable Manufacturing
The MERA network of manufacturers, suppliers, universities and professional services firms promotes the economic, environmental, and product performance benefits of remanufacturing and similar forms of sustainable manufacturing. MERA is also the home of Manufactured Again Certification.
Original Equipment Suppliers Association
OESA champions the business interests of original equipment (OE) suppliers that design, engineer and manufacture parts and technology for passenger cars and light-duty trucks; and the affiliate companies that support them. 4
LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Since OESA's inception in 1998, the Association has championed the business interests of automotive suppliers. We foster collaborative initiatives throughout the supply chain, deliver effective government advocacy and provide valuable insight to help suppliers make mission-critical decisions. OESA was founded with the conviction that there is value in having a single, powerful supplier voice on issues of common interest. Over the past two decades, OESA has supported and represented suppliers during some of the most historic times in the automotive industry. With new mobility technologies redefining the automotive landscape, the industry's pace continues to increase. Suppliers must be poised to quickly take advantage of new opportunities, and adapt to changes in government policies and customer demands. OESA remains committed to forge the necessary dialogue to ensure the voice of suppliers is well represented. OESA is fortunate to have tremendous support. It is through the collective commitment of our members, sponsors, board of directors, OEM partners, industry thought leaders and government officials that we are able to address the unique needs of our industry.
"Our mission is to champion the business interests of the supplier community â€” a commitment that we proudly embrace."
If your organization is a member of OESA, thank you for the opportunity to create positive outcomes for your company and the supplier industry. If your company is not a member, I invite you to learn more about OESA. This publication was designed to outline some of our most recent accomplishments and current initiatives. As always, please feel free to contact me with comments and questions at 248.430.5963 or email@example.com.
Julie A. Fream President and CEO 5
BENEFITS OF OESA OESA members gain access to unparalleled networking opportunities, exclusive events, unique industry resources and relevant information.
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Impact what happens in government through MEMA advocacy efforts.
ADVOCACY EFFORTS Learn more about the benefits of membership at oesa.org or call 248.952.6401.
ASSOCIATION ACCOMPLISHMENTS & KEY INITIATIVES OESA uses the collective strength of more than 500 member companies to champion the business interests of automotive suppliers. Following are a few recent initiatives that demonstrate our commitment to the industry: Enhanced Member Programming: • Hosted 45+ industry events and webinars • Launched new industry events and member services: o Professional Development Series for client-facing supplier professionals o Supplier Insights Video Series on industry outlook and trends o Engaging Employees Series o 7th Young Leadership Council (YLC) for high-potential employees o Initiated new webinar services for additional programming and sponsorships • More than doubled council membership for the Advanced Technology Council (ATC) • Increased council participation by 6.5% Increased Association Thought Leadership Exposure • Captured supplier pulse through high-level participation in Quarterly Supplier Barometer • Conducted more than 33 council surveys to capture industry best practices and trends • Presented 430 industry thought leaders at events and council meetings • Presented supplier pulse and outlook at more than 80 industry events, including: Automotive News World Congress, South Carolina Automotive Council events, and CAR’s Management Briefing Seminars (MBS) Increased Membership, Revenue and Sponsorship • Achieved over 500 members in 2018, including more than 385 supplier members • Attracted 26 new sponsors; increased sponsorship revenue by 13% • Added 77 new member companies
• OESA was featured in 23 industry publications including Automotive News, Crain’s Detroit Business, Plastics Today, and the Wall Street Journal • Increased following on social media: o Increased member engagement by 15.7% o Averaged 26 new Twitter followers per month • Paneled the Autoline Supplier Symposium and Automobili-D Discussions at NAIAS • Hosted 6 international delegations from Brazil, France, Germany, India, Israel and the UK • Represented the supplier voice as a member of supplier councils at Ford and FCA • Held more than 275-member engagement meetings Increased Advocacy Initiatives • Developed timely trade and tariffs events: o Tariffs: Steel, Aluminum and Chinese Imports o Tariffs Revisited: Supplier Pain Points o Proven Approaches to Address Tariff Impacts o Several USMCA briefings with USTR • Hosted bi-weekly calls on new trade and tariffs policies and MEMA’s response • Garnered industry insight through supplier meetings, fly-ins and surveys • Hosted numerous OESA supplier member executives at the MEMA Legislative Summit
OESA INDUSTRY EVENTS OESA industry events play a key role in addressing the unique interests of the automotive supplier industry. Cornerstone OESA events provide OEM engagement opportunities, advance international and government relations and address member-relevant and industry-relevant issues. OEM Engagement Events
Industry Events & Webinars
• FCA Town Hall
• AlixPartners Global Outlook
• Ford Town Hall
• Automotive Raw Materials Summit
• General Motors Town Hall
• Automotive Supplier Conference (new name for Annual Conference)
• Honda Town Hall • North American International Auto Show Tours • Nissan Town Hall • Rivian Town Hall • Toyota Town Hall • Volkswagen Town Hall International Events & Webinars
• Automotive Tooling Update • AutoTech Connect • B2B MarComm Summit • Butzel Long Academy • CES Briefing • Cost Recovery Claims • Entrada Webinar
• Business Development Delegations from Brazil, Germany, India, Israel, and the United Kingdom
• Industry Disruptors Series
• Canada/U.S. Luncheon with North American Suppliers
• Leverage Capital & Collaboration
• China Market Assessment
• Legal Hot Topics • Legal Issues • Mobility Supplier Forums in Silicon Valley • OEM Terms & Conditions Briefing
Government Relations Events & Webinars
• Professional Development Series
• The Impact of Tariffs & Trade
• South Carolina Regional Meeting
• U.S. Vice President Mike Pence Visit
• Strategic Insights
• USMCA Briefings with the USTR • Washington, D.C. Supplier Fly-Ins
GOVERNMENT ADVOCACY Motor vehicle component suppliers face unprecedented challenges and opportunities with new mobility technologies, changing consumer demands, and legislative, regulatory, and commercial uncertainties. The Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) advocates on behalf of the supplier community in Washington, D.C., and state capitals nationwide. MEMA also serves as a member resource to help navigate the evolving business, political and regulatory landscape.
Following is a list of some of MEMA’s ongoing advocacy initiatives: LEGISLATIVE SUMMIT MEMA’s Legislative Summit in Washington, D.C. is an executive fly-in that features the latest political and economic commentary on key public policy issues facing the industry. The Summit provides attendees the opportunity to meet face-to-face with members of Congress to discuss relevant issues. MEMA GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE (GAC) Made up of motor vehicle parts suppliers from every major segment of the motor vehicle industry. The GAC determines the key legislative and regulatory priorities of MEMA at the federal and state level. The GAC is a representation of the mobility industry and helps define the voice of suppliers. SUBCOMMITTEES AND WORKING GROUPS There are several standing subcommittees under the GAC: • Regulatory Affairs Subcommittee • Vehicle Safety Subcommittee • Environment and Materials Management Subcommittee • Trade Working Group
MEMA POLICY BREAKFAST SERIES The Policy Breakfast Series has become a leading format to explore complex policy issues that impact the motor vehicle parts supplier industry with policy makers, legislators and the national media. The series offers supplier leaders an opportunity to speak specifically about how policies made in Washington impact businesses across the country. STATE ISSUES MEMA serves as an important advocate for suppliers, closely monitoring state legislative activities and advocating for issues of particular interest to the industry. Some of the top state issues MEMA is addressing involve: • Automated vehicle policy • State vehicle safety inspections • Copper in brake friction material • Proposition 65-related chemical issues
This is just a sample of the many government affairs activities available to members. To learn more about MEMA initiatives and how to get involved, contact the MEMA DC team at 202.393.6362 or visit mema.org. 10
The mission at MEMA is to advance technology, fair intellectual property rights protections and policies that bolster the competitiveness of the supplier community in both domestic and global markets. To learn how MEMA can assist suppliers, contact the MEMA DC team: ANN WILSON Senior Vice President Government Affairs Phone: 202-312-9246 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BILL FRYMOYER Vice President, Public Policy Phone: 202-312-9253 Email: email@example.com
CATHERINE BOLAND Vice President, Legislative Affairs Phone: 202-312-9241 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LEIGH MERINO Vice President, Regulatory Affairs Phone: 202-312-9249 Email: email@example.com
LAURIE HOLMES Senior Director, Environmental Policy Phone: 202-312-9247 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MELANIE WEILAND Grassroots Manager Phone: 202-312-9242 Email: email@example.com
GLOBAL CONNECTIONS Through OESA's global relationships, OESA members have access to key international players and relevant information to do business across the globe. International Relationships
OESA works with an expansive network of supplier associations and organizations throughout the world to address issues of common concerns, including:
OESA hosts events to continue to build global relationships and address international concerns in motor vehicle parts manufacturing.
Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association (APMA) — Canada Brazilian Association of Autoparts Manufacturers (Sindipeças) — Brazil Center for Automotive Research (CAR) — United States
Recent events include: •
Canada/U.S. Automotive Luncheon with APMA and the Consulate of Canada
Global Suppliers Associations Meeting (G7)
Trilateral Meetings with CLEPA and JAPIA
Delegations OESA regularly hosts business development supplier delegations from other countries, including: •
European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA) — Europe
Industria Nacional de Autopartes A.C. (INA) — Mexico
Japan Auto Parts Industries Association (JAPIA) — Japan
Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) — Japan
Michigan Manufacterers Association (MMA) — United States
Dialogue on international issues continues as the world flattens. With guidance from member companies and association relationships, OESA remains at the forefront of global relations in automotive.
Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) — India
SUPPLIER INDUSTRY FACTS The U.S. motor vehicle components manufacturing industry supports jobs in every state in the country. Below are details from a recent IHS Markit study that outlines the total economic impact of the motor vehicle supplier industry based on 2015 employment data. OVERVIEW • Over 871,000 jobs are directly supported by the motor vehicle components manufacturing industry. • Motor vehicle parts manufacturer employment outperformed other major sectors by a factor of 3X in the best case – underscoring the importance of this sector to several regions. NATIONWIDE EMPLOYMENT • The total employment impact (direct, indirect, and induced jobs) of the motor vehicle components manufacturing industry in the United States is over 4.26 million jobs in 2015. • Nearly $435 billion in economic contribution to the U.S. GDP is generated by the motor vehicle components manufacturing industry and its supported activity. • The 4.26 million total jobs make up 2.9 percent of the U.S. employment market. BY MARKET SEGMENT • Over 523,000 jobs are directly tied to supplying light vehicle manufacturers. • Over 203,000 jobs are directly tied to supplying heavy-duty vehicle manufacturers and the heavyduty aftermarket • Over 145,000 jobs are directly tied to supplying the light vehicle aftermarket.
IMPACT ON THE STATES • The top five states for direct employment – MI, OH, IN, TN, KY – make up 47 percent of total direct employment. • Nearly one-third of all direct motor vehicle supplier employees are located within the Southeast region. • Virtually every top 15 state (by employment size) grew auto components manufacturing employment faster than total employment – underscoring the importance of auto components manufacturing employment growth to these states. • Six of the top 10 states have a dependency over 10 percent on auto components manufacturing.
PEER GROUP COUNCIL NETWORK The OESA Peer Group Council Network, designed for suppliers with similar job functions, continues to be a significant benefit of OESA membership. Supplier executives attend to network, address issues of common concern and learn best practices. Interested supplier executives are welcome to attend a council meeting to understand the importance of these forums. Advanced Technology Council (ATC) Advanced Technology Council meetings focus on a wide range of topics related to Cyber Security, CAFE (Regulations, Materials & Light weighting, Powertrains), Vehicle connectivity (V2X, Telematics, OTA, Infotainment), as well as Autonomous and ADAS technologies. Automotive Public Relation Council (APRC) The APRC is a network of automotive public relations professionals. It discusses industry best practices and OEM public relations. Industry media frequently attend council meetings. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Council Supplier CEOs discuss their unique concerns and hear from leading industry executives on a wide variety of relevant topics. Recent discussions include the impact of trade negotiations; finding, hiring, and retaining qualified employees; and technology trends. Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Council The CFO Council addresses financial management issues with the c-suite financial officers in the supplier industry. Members explore strategic risk and compliance issues. Recent dialogue focused on vehicle production, capacity, benefits strategies, tooling audits and material markets. Chief Purchasing Officer (CPO) Council Make/buy decisions, material market forecasts and inventory hedging strategies are just a few examples of the topics discussed at CPO Council meetings. Members recently reviewed the impact on tariff changes and commodity indices.
Communication Executives Council (CEC) Communications executives meet to address common issues, such as measuring marketing initiatives, improving global communications, social media best practices and media relations. As a member perk, members receive industry press passes to the NAIAS and are regularly invited to comment on industry topics in the media. Enterprise Leadership Council (ELC) ELC meetings address the unique challenges faced by suppliers with less than $150 million in annual revenue. Subject matter experts and roundtable discussions cover a wide range of strategic and tactical issues. Recent topics include global expansion, capital markets, raw material and energy markets, and product development processes. Environmental, Health, Safety & Sustainability (EHS&S) Council Members of the Council discuss relevant topics, such as health and safety standards implementation and audits, workplace performance improvement, and sustainability initiatives. Agendas revolve around peer sharing and subject matter expert presentations from industry and government officials. Membership is available to the environment, health, safety and/or sustainability executives of supplier member companies. Human Resources Council (HRC) The HR Council draws on the specialized expertise of human resources executives. Subject matter experts discuss and share best practices on an array of topics, such as attracting and retaining specialized talent, developing benefits packages, implementing policies and expatriate assignments. This council is known for candid roundtable discussions.
Legal Issues Council (LIC) In-house counsel from supplier member companies discuss business-critical legal issues, such as product liability, industry terms and conditions, directed buys and intellectual property protection. Members of the council weigh in on the ongoing analysis of OEM terms and conditions, and discuss topics from other councils from a legal perspective.
Warranty Management Council (WMC) The WMC is a unique automotive-centric forum for warranty professionals to network and discuss topics such as warranty management data systems. OEM speakers address the group at almost every meeting. The council champions the comparative analysis of OEM warranty programs and supports the warranty audit process certification with AIAG.
Sales Executive Council (SEC) Discussions at SEC meetings cover a broad range of business development and sales topics. Sales leaders from OE suppliers have the opportunity to query OEM representatives, receive sales training and tips and network with industry peers. This council is the largest OESA council.
Young Leadership Council (YLC) (2 concurrent councils) The YLC was developed to help members develop and retain high-potential employees on a management track or otherwise considered to be a future leader. During the two year program, young leaders hear from subject matter experts on leadership, personal development and industry topics and trends. Graduates leave the program well-rounded, prepared for increased responsibility, and equipped for the next step in their career with the member company.
Tooling Council (TC) The Tooling Council provides tool maker CEOs the opportunity to discuss best practices and address issues impacting their business. Members work together to address industry issues and use the OESA/HRI Tooling Barometer to better understand the unique operational issues of the tooling community.
For more information about the OESA Peer Group Council Network visit www.oesa.org or call 248.952.6401.
MEMBER RESOURCES OESA is the automotive industry’s key resource for supplier industry trends and research. Members have access to information to help them stay abreast of the industry.
Online Resources at OESA.org
In cooperation with Affiliate Members, OESA maintains an online resource center with a broad range of industry information.
Through the analysis of various industry surveys, OESA captures and provides supplier sentiments and industry trends.
Resource content and analysis comes from: • OESA Supplier and Affiliate Members • OEM industry data • Member surveys • Government resources • Other public sites Recent topics posted include: • Business development • Capital markets • Economics and employment • Innovation • International markets • Labor and talent • New technology • Supply chain management • Trade and tariffs • Vehicle manufacturing
OESA Automotive Supplier Barometer The quarterly Barometer captures the “pulse” of the industry on important supplier issues. Summarized survey results are shared with participants. Recent topics include: • Financial Planning • Global Industry Outlook • Production and Technology • Supply Chain Management OESA/HRI Automotive Tooling Barometer Developed in partnership with Harbour Results, Inc., the Tooling Barometer is an indicator of the current state of the automotive tooling industry. Each survey addresses unique operational issues, such as: • Customer/Supplier Relations • Terms and Conditions • Tooling Capacity OESA Council Surveys OESA generates council-requested surveys to identify best practices and address the concerns that directly impact functional roles at supplier organizations.
Visit OESA.org/resources to access online industry resources.
OESA Publications • Consumer Centric Warranty Management Guideline (CQI-14) in partnership with AIAG • Model Directed Buy Agreement • OESA Comparative Analysis of North America OEM Warranty Programs • OESA Model Terms and Conditions • OESA North American OEM Production Purchase Order Terms and Conditions Comparative Analysis
OESA Communications Stay connected with OESA & industry news, automotive trends, research and important D.C. updates through OESA communications: • Newsletters • Weekly updates • Event Alerts • Twitter - @OESAConnect • LinkedIn - Original Equipment Suppliers Assocation To learn more about OESA member resources, surveys, publications and communications, call OESA at 248.952.6401 or send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 OESA BOARD OF DIRECTORS The OESA Board of Directors is comprised of a dedicated and diverse group of senior supplier executives. With a dual purpose of helping to set priorities for the Association and address common issues for the supplier community, members of Board serve as an important resource for OESA and the industry. Executive Committee Chairman of the Board Ramzi Y. Hermiz President and CEO Shiloh Industries, Inc.
Vice Chair Françoise Colpron Group President Valeo North America
Officer Julie A. Fream President and CEO Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA)
Immediate Past Chair Mike Mansuetti President Robert Bosch LLC.
Vice Chairman Ken Hopkins President and CEO Neapco Holdings, LLC
Officer Bill Long President and CEO Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Assocation (MEMA)
Oscar Albin Executive President Industria Nacional de Autopartes A.C.
Paul Barnett President Principal Manufacturing
David C. Dauch Chairman and CEO American Axle and Manufacturing, Inc.
Jacqui Dedo Co-Founder Aware Mobility, LLC
Jon DeGaynor President and CEO Stoneridge
Paul Doyle CEO Coastal Automotive
John Dunn President and CEO The Americas Plastic Omnium Auto Inergy Division
Scott Ferriman President MAHLE Industries, Incorporated
Denise Gray President and CEO LG Chem Michigan Inc. Tech Center
Ronald E. Hall, Jr. President and CEO Bridgewater Interiors, LLC
Michael Haughey President North American Stamping Group, LLC
Kenichiro “Ken” Ito CEO, North America DENSO Corporation
Lon Offenbacher President and CEO Inteva Products
Michael Robinet Managing Director IHS Markit
Samir Salman CEO NA Region Continental Automotive Systems, Inc.
Dan Sandberg President and CEO Brembo North America Inc.
Armando Tamez CEO Nemak
Jim Teets President and CEO ADAC Automotive
Katsu Uno Chairman and CEO HIROTEC America Inc.
2018 FINANCIAL SUMMARY OESA revenue and expenditures for 2018 are as follows:
Sources of Revenue Council Dues
% 1 11%
Membership Dues Shared MEMA Services
22% 26% 3%
Direct Member Services
2018 Revenue: $7.0 Million $7,000
$6,500 $6,000 $5,500 $5,000
$4,500 $4,000 $3,500 $3,000 $2,500 $2,000 U.S. Dollars (in thousands)
THANK YOU TO THE 2018 OESA SPONSORS
OESA sponsors are greatly appreciated and enable expanded programming for OESA members.
2019 SUPPLIER MEMBER COMPANIES A
A. Raymond Tinnerman Manufacturing
Ascend Performance Materials
A.P. Plasman, Inc.
ATF, Inc. Auma Engineered Products, Inc.
Carcoustics Tech Center North America, Inc.
Autoneum North America, Inc.
ABC Group Action Wood 360 Acument Global Technologies, Inc. ADAC Automotive Adient US LLC Advanced Technology Emission Solutions, Inc. Advantage Engineering Inc. ADVICS North America Agrati AGS Automotive Systems AirBoss Flexible Products AISIN Technical Center of America, Inc. AISIN World Corp. of America Akebono Brake Corporation Aleris Rolled Products Alpha Precision Group ALPS Electric (North America), Inc. Altair Engineering, Inc. American Axle & Manufacturing, Inc. (AAM) Anchor Danly Anchor Manufacturing Group, Inc. Ancor Aptiv ArcelorMittal Tailored Blanks Argent International, Inc. Artiflex Manufacturing LLC Asahi Kasei Plastics North
AutoForm Engineering USA, Inc. Carlex Glass America LLC Celanese Autoliv ASP, Inc. AVL North America, Inc. Aware Mobility LLC Axalta Coating Systems
Chassis Brakes International B.V. Chassix Chem-Pak
Chrysan Industries, Inc.
Clarion Corporation of America
Behr Hella Thermocontrol, Inc. (BHTC)
Clips and Clamps Industries Clowder
Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC
Bmax USA, LLC
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BMTS Technology US Corporation Bollhoff, Inc
Combined Metal Industries, Inc.
Continental Structural Plastics, Inc.
BOS Automotive Products Inc.
BOWMAN Precision Tooling
Creative Extruded Products, LLC
Brembo North America
Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, LLC
Bridgewater Interiors, LLC
Daikin America, Inc.
Brose North America, Inc. Busche Performance Group C C & U Americas, LLC C. Thorrez Industries Cadillac Casting, Inc. Cadillac Products Automotive
Daiichi Jitsugyo Co., LTD Dalco Nonwovens Dana Incorporated Danlaw, Inc. Datwyler Sealing Solutions Davalor Mold, LLC Dayco Products, LLC
Supplier Members as of June 2019
HIROTEC AMERICA, Inc.
DENSO International America
Detroit Thermal Systems LLC
Hirtenberger Automotive Safety North America,Inc.
Gebauer & Griller
Dorman Products, Inc.
DSM Engineering Plastics
General Cable Corporation
Dura Automotive Systems, LLC
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HS R&A Company, Ltd.
E & E Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Huaiji Valve Engine USA, Inc.
Gestamp North America
HUMAX USA, Inc.
HUSCO International, Inc.
GHSP Gibbs Die Casting
Hutchinson Fluid Management Systems
GKN Sinter Metals
Eaton Eberspaecher EDAG, Inc. EFI Automotive EG TranSpire Eldor Automotive Powertrain USA, LLC
Hitachi Metals America, Ltd. Hi-Tech Mold & Engineering, Inc. Hoerbiger FineStamping Hoosier Gasket Corporation
Gil-Mar Manufacturing Company Hutchinson Sealing Systems I GKN Driveline North America IEE S.A.
Elektrobit Automotive Americas Inc
Gleason, S.A. De C.V.
ElringKlinger Automotive Manufacturing
Godfrey and Wing, Inc.
Illinois Tool Works (ITW)
Grupo Antolin North America
Industry Products Company
GST AutoLeather, Inc.
G-TEKT North America, Corp.
INOAC USA, Inc.
International Automotive Components (IAC)
Empire Electronics, Inc. EnovaPremier, LLC Exo-s, Inc. F Faurecia North America FCC (North America) Federal-Mogul LLC Feintool U.S. Operations, Inc. FIAMM Technologies LLC Ficosa North America Corporation Fleetwood Automotive Industries Flex Flexfab, Inc. Flexitech, Inc. Freudenberg North America
Gnutti Carlo USA - Webberville
Iljin USA Corporation
Grand Rapids Controls Company Inalfa Roof Systems, Inc. LLC Inductoheat, Inc.
Hanon Systems HBPO North America, Inc.
Hella Corporate Center USA, Inc. Irvin Automotive Products LLC J Henkel Corporation HFI LLC Hi-Lex Corporation Hilite International
Janesville Acoustics JATCO USA, Inc. Johnson Electric North America
Hinduja Tech, Inc
Johnson Matthey, Inc.
Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S.A, Inc.
JTEKT North America
Joyson Safety Systems 23
Supplier Members as of June 2019
Melling Engine Parts
KANEKA NORTH AMERICA LLC
Kimura Foundry America Inc.
Metalsa Structural Products, Inc.
OSRAM Continental USA ,Inc.
Methode Electronics, Inc.
Michelin North America, Inc.
P.J. Wallbank Springs, Inc.
Michigan Spring and Stamping
P3 North America, Inc.
Midway Products Group
Minth North America, Inc.
Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America
Kitagawa Mexico S.A. de C.V. Kluber Lubrication NA LP Knovalent, Inc. Kongsberg Automotive, Inc. KOSTAL of America, Inc. KSR International
Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America, Inc.
Mobis North America LLC
Lacks Enterprises, Inc.
Modine Manufacturing Company
Penn Aluminum International
Lapeer Plating and Plastics
Montaplast of North America, Inc.
Peterson Spring Corporation
Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association
Petro-Canada Lubricants Inc.
Lear Corporation Leggett & Platt Automotive LG Electronics U.S.A., Inc. LHP Engineering Solutions Linamar Corporation Link Engineering Company Litens Automotive LS Automotive North America Lucerne International, Inc Luminar Technologies, Inc. M Macauto USA MacDermid, Inc. MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions Magna International Inc. MAHLE Industries Incorporated MANN+HUMMEL USA, Inc.
MPC, Inc. MPP Mubea NA Inc. Musashi North America, Inc. N N.S. International, LTD. Neapco Holdings, LLC Nemak Nexteer Automotive NGK Spark Plugs (USA), Inc. NMB Technologies. a MinebeaMitsumi Group Company NORMA Group North American Metals Corp
Park Ohio Products
Petoskey Plastics, Inc. Pierburg US, LLC Pirelli Tire North America Piston Group Plasan Carbon Composites Plastic Omnium Auto Exterior Plastic Omnium Auto Inergy Division Plastomer Corporation Powers and Sons, LLC Powertech America Sales LLC PPG Industries, Inc. Precision Resource Principal Manufacturing PTM Corporation PurePower Technologies Q
Mapvision USA, Inc.
North American Stamping Group, LLC
Marquardt Switches, Inc
Rassini International, Inc.
Martinrea International, Inc.
NTN Bearing Corp. of America
MD Electronics Corporation
Renaissance Capital Alliance, LLC
Means Industries, Inc.
Quality Metalcraft, Inc.
Renaissance Manufacturing Group, LLC
Supplier Members as of June 2019
Reyes Automotive Group
Sumitomo Rubber North America
u-blox America, Inc.
Robert Bosch LLC
Superior Industries International, Inc.
Ultimate Gaging Systems
Swoboda Technologies, Inc.
Umicore Autocat USA Inc.
RoboVent Roechling Automotive NA LLC Rotor Clip Company Royal Power Solutions Royal Technologies Corporation
T Tachi-S Engineering USA, Inc. TAG Holdings Management, LLC
TAJCO North America, Inc.
SAGE Automotive Interiors
Satyam Venture Engineering Services
Tenneco, Inc. THB International
Schaeffler Group USA, Inc.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
Schaller Corporation Seaway Bolt & Specials Corporation SEG Automotive North America LLC
The Morey Corporation The Narmco Group - Prince Metal Products The Timken Company
The Woodbridge Group
Sensata Technologies, Inc.
Thomas Magnete USA, LLC
Thyssenkrupp Components Technologies, N.A.
Shape Corporation Shiloh Industries, Inc. Siemens Industry, Inc. SKF Small Parts, Inc. Sodecia North America SOMIC America, Inc. Spartan Light Metal Products SRG Global, Inc. SSI Technologies Stanley Engineered Fastening Stant USA Corporation Sterling Technologies, Inc. Stoneridge STRATTEC Security Corporation Sumitomo Corporation of America
Ultrafabrics, Inc. Unique Fabricating, Inc. Ushr Automotive V Valeo North America, Inc Valiant Machine & Tool Varroc Lighting Systems Vast Production Vector North America, Inc. Veoneer Vibracoustic Viking Plastics Visteon Corporation Vitro Automotive W Walker Die Casting, Inc. Warn Automotive, LLC Waupaca Foundry, Inc.
Webasto Convertibles USA, Inc.
Webasto Roof Systems, Inc.
TMD Sequencing, Inc.
TomTom North America, Inc
Toyobo USA Inc.
WKW Erbsloeh Automotive, Inc.
Toyoda Gosei North America Corporation
Woco Tech USA Inc.
Toyota Boshoku America
Yanfeng Automotive Interiors
Toyota Tsusho America Treves, Inc.
YAPP USA Automotive Systems, Inc.
Yasunaga Corp. America
TS Tech Americas, Inc.
Yazaki North America, Inc.
TWB Co., LLC
ZD Sealing Parts USA, Inc.
UACJ Automotive Whitehall Industries 25
Supplier Members as of June 2019
2019 AFFILIATE MEMBER COMPANIES A
A.T. Kearney, Inc.
Dykema Gossett PLLC
Abbott Nicholson PC
Eisbrenner Public Relations
NAIAS, Tier 1 Supplier Liaison: The Fulkerson Group
El Grande Group
Advanced Purchasing Dynamics
ELM Analytics, LLC
Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association (AAMA)
Epicor Software Corporation
Alderney Advisors, LLC AlixPartners LLP Amherst Partners LLC Android Industries, LLC ANJI Logistics USA INC Aon Appirio aPriori Technologies
Escalent EY F FACTON Foley & Lardner LLP Frost Brown Todd LLC G GENPACT, LLC
O O'Keefe Oliver Wyman, Inc. P Pepper Hamilton LLP Plante Moran PLLC Plex Systems Prospect Silicon Valley PwC Q QAD, Inc. R
Arent Fox LLP
Gerry Weinberg & Associates / Sandler Training
Giarmarco, Mullins & Horton, P.C.
Ricardo Strategic Consulting
Arthur J. Gallagher & Company
AutoForecast Solutions, LLC
Harbour Results, Inc.
Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG)
Howard & Howard Attorneys
Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association of I Canada (APMA) IHS Markit B Industria Nacional de Autopartes A.C. Babst Calland J Baker Tilly Japan External Trade Organization Bank of America Merrill Lynch JATO Dynamics, Inc Boston Consulting Group, Inc. (BCG) K Brooks Wilkins Sharkey & Turco PLLC KERR, RUSSELL and WEBER PLC Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services KOTRA Butzel Long KPMG LLC C L Center for Automotive Research (CAR) Lectra USA Citizens Bank, N.A. Lee Industrial Contracting Clark Hill PLC LIFT - Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow CU-ICAR LMC Automotive CLEPA M Conway MacKenzie, Inc. M1 Concourse Crowe LLP Marketing Associates D Marsh Dakkota Integrated Systems, LLC Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC Dassault Systemes McDonald Hopkins PLLC Dawda Mann Mulcahy & Sadler PLC McKinsey & Company, Inc. Deloitte Mercer Detroit Regional Chamber MIC Customs Solutions Development Dimensions International (DDI) Michigan Economic Development Corporation Dickinson Wright PLLC Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Donnelly Penman and Partners Miller Canfield
Sales Coaches' Corner Saphran Solutions Sindipecas Slalom SRI International Stout Risius Ross, LLC T The Entrada Group The ITB Group, Ltd. The Miller Law Firm, P.C. The Offshore Group Tweddle Group U U.K. Department for International Trade Ubiquiti, Inc. UMTRI - Automotive Analysis Division W Warner Norcross + Judd LLP We Predict X Xeeva, Inc.
Affiliate Members as of June 2019
The member-centric OESA team is committed to championing business interests of the automotive supplier community. Through topical industry events, peer group councils, research and publications, the team works to meet the business-critical needs of members.
Julie A. Fream President and CEO 248.430.5963 email@example.com
Karen Bohannon Manager, Administration and On-site Facilities 248.430.5965 firstname.lastname@example.org
April Buford Senior Director, Communications 248.430.5964 email@example.com
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Mike Jackson Executive Director, Strategy and Research 248.430.5954 email@example.com
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