2020 OESA Association Report

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Original Equipment Suppliers Association

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OESA 2019 BY THE NUMBERS #1 TRADE ASSOCIATION Championing the business interests of automotive suppliers in North America

7 OEM TOWN HALLS

45+ INDUSTRY EVENTS

FCA, Ford, GM, Honda, Nissan, Toyota and VW

With industry-driven topics for suppliers

15 PEER GROUP COUNCILS

7,000+ INDUSTRY EXECUTIVES

Ranked #1 member benefit

Networking at OESA events

26 BOARD MEMBERS

640 COUNCIL MEMBERS

Comprised of senior supplier leaders

Engaged in peer group discussions

312 MEMBER ENGAGEMENT MEETINGS

16 MEMBER-CENTRIC STAFF MEMBERS

Keeping suppliers abreast of the industry

Focused on addressing supplier concerns

500+ MEMBER COMPANIES Representing one collaborative voice in the supplier community as of 12/31/2019

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TABLE OF CONTENTS About the Association

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Letter from the President

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The Benefits of Membership

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2019 Highlights & Accomplishments

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2019 OESA Industry Events & Webinars Government Advocacy

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Global Connections

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Supplier Industry Facts

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Peer Group Council Network

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Member Resources

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2020 Board of Directors

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2019 Financial Summary

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2019 Association Sponsors

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2020 Supplier Member Companies

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2020 Affiliate Member Companies

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Staff Directory

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ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION OESA is one of the four divisions of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA). Members of all MEMA divisions are represented by its government affairs team in Washington, D.C. and have access to MEMA’s emerging technology expertise.

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's Government Affairs team advocates for policies that foster strong economic growth for the automotive supplier industry. It represents the automotive supplier voice in Washington, D.C. and throughout the states.

Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association

The Association for Sustainable Manufacturing

AASA represents automotive aftermarket suppliers that manufacture, distribute, retail and install vehicle parts, chemicals, equipment and accessories.

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.

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.

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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.


LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT "Our mission is to champion the business interests of the supplier community — a commitment that we proudly embrace."

There is power in the collective voice of an industry; OESA was founded on that conviction in 1998. With a mission to champion the business interests of the automotive supplier community, the association has proudly represented the voice of automotive suppliers during some of the most historic times in automotive history. Changes in automotive – planned and unplanned – have redefined the landscape. Technological advances in automotive, such as V2V connectivity, autonomous driving, and electric vehicles are welcoming new supplier entrants in the industry and changing established business models. New trade policies, changing consumer demands, and the recent global pandemic have poised new opportunities and challenges for the industry. While there are many disruptive forces in the industry, what remains unchanged is OESA’s commitment to understand and address issues of common concern for the supply base. Through relevant industry events and webinars, proven government advocacy, insight from industry thought leaders, strong relationships throughout the industry, unique research and analysis of supplier sentiments, and highly-ranked peer group councils, OESA continues to equip suppliers with the right information to make mission-critical decisions. OESA also remains steadfast in fostering the necessary dialogue to ensure the unique issues of the supplier industry are heard throughout the supply chain and in Washington, D.C. OESA is fortunate to have tremendous support from many in the automotive industry. It is through the collaborative commitment from our 500+ members, board of directors, industry sponsors and OEM partners that the association is able to address the unique issues that face suppliers. To our members, thank you for the honor of representing your interests; it is a responsibility OESA takes seriously. If your organization is not a member of OESA, I invite you to learn more about the benefits of membership. This publication is designed to outline some of our most recent accomplishments and initiatives. As always, please feel free to contact me or any member of the OESA staff when you need information or assistance.

Julie A. Fream President and CEO O E S A U P DAT E • 5


BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP OESA members gain access to unparalleled networking opportunities, exclusive events, unique industry resources and relevant information.

FOSTERING COLLABORATION THROUGHOUT THE SUPPLY CHAIN

PROMOTING THE SUPPLIER VOICE IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

Members gain direct access to OEM executives

MEMA advocates for suppliers on legislative and regulatory issues

OESA is a member of several automotive manufacturer councils

Members have direct access to lawmakers on Capital Hill

Tier 1, 2, 3 suppliers work together to address common issues

MEMA promotes the economic impact of the mobility sector

CREATING NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

HELPING MEMBERS MAKE MISSION-CRITICAL DECISIONS

OESA hosts more than 40 events annually to build relationships

The OESA Supplier Barometer TM provides the supplier pulse and economic sentiments

15 Peer Group Councils address the unique needs of suppliers OESA connects members to other international associations

Supplier Insight Videos share trends and perspectives from industry thought leaders The OESA Affiliate Forecast Matrix aggregates sales and production forecasts from leading firms

Learn more about the benefits of membership at oesa.org or call 248.952.6401. O E S A U P DAT E • 6


2019 HIGHLIGHTS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS 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:

Events • Hosted 7000+ attendees at OESA events • Launched new quarterly “Strategic Insights” meetings • Created “Supplier Insights” video series • Introduced Canoo and Karma to supplier community via the “Industry Disruptors” series

• Coordinated quarterly “Executive Dinners” with supplier leaders and Oliver Wyman

• Continued quarterly “Mobility Supplier Forums” in the Silicon Valley area

• Hosted first “AutoTechConnect” meeting with MEMA sister divisions (AASA and HDMA)

• Created matchmaker event – hosted 18 suppliers & 53 start-ups

Strategy & Organizational Development • Created 5-year strategic plan with multi-year goals and metrics

• Restructured the association to better focus on operational processes and membership

• Welcomed 4 new OESA Board Members: Michael

Brosseau, Pat D’Eramo, Jon Husby, Shannon Quinn

Councils • CEO council membership increased to 82 members • Achieved highest enrollment for the Young Leadership Council (YLC8 – 45); already a waitlist for YLC9

• Created and published the “Automotive Warranty

Management Best Practices” document with Warranty Management Council

Industry Thought Leadership

• Set a new Town Hall attendance record of 831 registered

• Increased Supplier Barometer Response rate by more

• Re-branded the Annual Conference to “Automotive

• Achieved 3-point increase for Supplier Barometer rating

for the FCA Town Hall event Supplier Conference”

than 50%

on Member Survey

• Presented industry thought leadership at 30+ industry

Sponsorships • Engaged and supported 86 sponsorships • Added 25 new sponsors

MEMA Advocacy • Championed the passage of USMCA • Grew the audience on bi-weekly trade calls (300 participants)

• Hosted multiple USMCA events and supplier fly-ins to meet with lawmakers

and member events

Communications • Grew OESA’s social media presence • Increased LinkedIn followers by 41% • Increased Twitter followers by 12% • Launched Instagram to promote industry to younger audience

• Launched OESA engagement & event app in conjunction with Automotive Supplier Conference

• Co-hosted Vice President Pence visit in partnership with FCA, Ford, and GM

• Developed several USTR Policy Events in South Carolina and Alabama

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INDUSTRY EVENTS & WEBINARS OESA's 2019 industry events and webinars play a key role in addressing the unique interests of the automotive supplier community. Agendas are industry driven and member endorsed. Cornerstone events offer OEM-engagement and networking opportunities, advance government relations and address relevant issues.

OEM Engagement Events

Industry Events & Webinars

• FCA Town Hall • Ford Town Hall

• AlixPartners Global Outlook

• General Motors Town Hall • Honda Town Hall • Nissan Town Hall • OEM / Supplier Council Meetings • OESA Council Meetings • Toyota Town Hall • Volkswagen Town Hall

International Events & Webinars

• AutoConnect with OESA sister divisions • Automotive Supplier Conference • Butzel Academies • CES Preview • Entrada Webinar • HRI Tooling • Industry Disruptors (2) • Innovation: Capital and Collaboration

• Annual Canada / U.S. Luncheon with North American suppliers

• Legal Trends

• Automotive Supplier Symposium at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS)

• McKinsey Event

• Business development delegations from around the world

• MarComm Summit • Moblility Supplier Forums in Silicon Valley (Quarterly) • NAIAS Tours

• China Market Assessment

• Plex Webinar

• "Doing Business in" events including China, Brazil, Mexico, and others

• Professional Development Series

Government Relations Initiatives

• South Carolina Regional Meeting

• Commentary on recent trade deals and tariffs

• Raw Materials • Strategic Insights (Quarterly) • Terms & Conditions

• Multiple visits on Capitol Hill • President Trump visit • Several USMCA Briefings and Policy Breakfasts

For more information on OESA events and webinars, visit oesa.org.

• Trade, Tariffs, Tech, Turmoil • Vice President Pence visits • Washington, D.C. Supplier Fly-ins • Webinars with the USTR O E S A U P DAT E • 9


GOVERNMENT ADVOCACY Motor vehicle 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:

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:

LEGISLATIVE SUMMIT

• Automated vehicle policy

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.

• State vehicle safety inspections

MEMA GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE (GAC)

There are several standing subcommittees under the 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.

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• Copper in brake friction material • Proposition 65-related chemical issues

SUBCOMMITTEES AND WORKING GROUPS

• Regulatory Affairs Subcommittee • Vehicle Safety Subcommittee • Environment and Materials Management Subcommittee • Trade Working Group 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.


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 team: CATHERINE BOLAND

CINDY SEBRELL

BRIAN DAUGHERTY

IAN SNIVELY

BILL FRYMOYER

MELANIE WEILAND

LAURIE HOLMES

ANN WILSON

Vice President, Legislative Affairs 202-312-9241 cboland@mema.org

Chief Technology Officer 248.430.5966 bdaughterty@mema.org

Vice President, Public Policy 202-312-9253 bfrymoyer@mema.org

Senior Director, Environmental Policy Phone: 202-312-9247 Email: lholmes@mema.org

Vice President, Communications 202-312-9250 csebrell@mema.org

Communications Specialist (202) 312-9254 ext. 6254 isnively@mema.org

Grassroots Manager 202-312-9242 mweiland@mema.org

Senior Vice President, Government Affairs 202-312-9246 awilson@mema.org

LEIGH MERINO

Vice President, Regulatory Affairs 202-312-9249 lmerino@mema.org O E S A U P DAT E • 11


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

Events

OESA works with an expansive network of supplier associations and organizations throughout the world to address issues of common concerns, including:

OESA hosts events enhance global relationships and address international concerns within the supply chain.

• Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) — India

Delegations

• Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association (APMA) — Canada • Brazilian Association of Autoparts Manufacturers (Sindipeças) — Brazil

OESA regularly hosts business development supplier delegations from other countries. 2019 visits include: • Australia

• Center for Automotive Research (CAR) — United States

• Brazil

• European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA) — Europe

• Germany

• Industria Nacional de Autopartes A.C. (INA) — Mexico

• Israel

• Japan Auto Parts Industries Association (JAPIA) — Japan • Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) — Japan

• France • India • Turkey • United Kingdom

Future Plans Dialogue on international issues continues. With guidance from member companies and association relationships, OESA remains at the forefront of global relations in automotive.

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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.

OVERVIEW • More than 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. • 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.

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 of over 10 percent on auto components manufacturing.

• 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.

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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 Relations 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 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.

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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.

Communications Executive 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.


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.

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.

Environment, 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.

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.

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.

For more information about the OESA Peer Group Council Network visit oesa.org or call 248.952.6401.

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MEMBER RESOURCES OESA is the industry’s key resource for supplier trends, research and information. Members have access to this information to help them stay abreast of the industry, make mission-critical decisions and understand best practices.

Online Resources:

OESA Surveys and Analysis

Available through the OESA App and oesa.org, OESA’s online resource center offers a broad range of relevant supplier information.

Through the analysis of supplier feedback, OESA captures and disseminates trends, sentiments, and best practices.

Resource content and analysis is provided by:

OESA Automotive Supplier BarometerTM

• The OESA Research Team • Supplier and Affiliate Members • OEM Industry Data

The quarterly Barometer captures the pulse of the supplier industry on issues impacting the supply base. Survey results are shared with participants and summarized results are made available to the industry.

• Government Resources

Recent topics include:

Recent topics posted:

• Global Industry Outlook

• Automotive Barometer Studies Capital Markets

• Production and Technology

• Employment and Economics

• Supply Chain Management

• Financial Planning

• International Markeing • Labor and Talent

HRI Automotive Tooling Barometer

• New Technology

Developed in partnership with Harbour Results, Inc., the Tooling Barometer gauges the state of automotive tooling industry. Each survey addresses specific operational issues, such as:

• Production Forecasts • Sales Forecasts • Supply Chain Management • Trade and Tariffs • Tooling Barometer Studies • Vehicle Innovation • Vehicle Manufacturing Visit oesa.org/resources to access Member Resources. New content is added regularly.

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• Customer / Supplier Relations • Terms and Conditions • Tooling Capacity

Peer Group Council Surveys As a member benefit, OESA conducts councilrequested surveys. They help identify best practices, and address the concerns that directly impact the unique functional roles at supplier organizations.


OESA Communications

OESA Association Update

Stay connected with OESA for the latest industry news, events, trends and government actions.

The Annual OESA Association Update outlines key accomplishments, financials, and strategic initiatives.

Download the OESA App or opt in to receive via email: • Event Alerts • Monthly newsletters • Weekly Updates Follow us: • Instagram at OESA_Connect • LinkedIn at Original Equipment Suppliers Association • Twitter at @OESAConnect • Voice America's Automotive Insiders

OESA Publications Automotive Warranty Best Practices The OESA Warranty Management Council has created a list of best practices for managing claims and repair data throughout the warranty lifecycle. This document is a helpful tool to foster a more collaborative partnership between manufacturers and their component suppliers through the implementation and execution of a fair, robust, and data-driven warranty process.

CQI-14 Automotive Warranty Management Guidelines Jointly developed by OESA and the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG), this document is designed to promote advances in consumer satisfaction and continuous warranty improvement. It provides a recommended, robust warranty management program that instils a consumer-centric approach to warranty management. This approach begins with the end consumer in mind and provides tactics, techniques, and case studies for all constituencies, particularly vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers.

Directed Buy Framework for Three-Party Agreement This document is a framework that sets forth roles and responsibilities for the three parties in a directed-by arrangement. It includes a RASIC chart that makes clear the relationship of the OEM, Tier 1 and Tier 2.

OESA Comparative Analysis of OEM Warranty Programs in North America This document analyzes the OEM warranty management programs in North America for BMW, Daimler, FCA, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Nissan, Toyota and Volkswagen and includes an analysis produced by Clark Hill PLC.

OESA N.A. OEM Production P.O. Terms and Conditions Comparative Analysis OESA and Butzel Long partnered to develop this Analysis, which compares the terms and conditions of BMW, FCA US, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes-Benz (U.S.), Nissan, Rivian, Tesla, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo.

OESA Member Online Directory This online directory features a complete list of OESA member companies and links to their websites. Visit online at oesa.org/become-member/ member-list.

OESA Model Terms and Conditions This document addresses difficult industry issues, such as intellectual property and warranty, in a sensible and equitable manner for all parties. The Model Terms presents a fair and balanced relationship between the buyer and seller. OESA encourages suppliers to adopt the model terms and conditions, given the constraints of customer contract terms and conditions.

OESA Model Non-Disclosure Agreement This document offers a proven framework for a nondisclosure agreement. Learn more about OESA Publications by visiting oesa.org/publications. Send your inquiries to info@oesa.org, or call 248-952-6401.

Health and Safety Resources for Suppliers in a Coronavirus Environment Resources developed with OEMs and suppliers to address specific issues posed by Coronavirus. O E S A U P DAT E • 17


2020 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 Françoise Colpron Group President Valeo North America

Vice Chairman Ken Hopkins President and CEO Neapco Holdings, LLC

Officer Mike Mansuetti Past Chair Robert Bosch LLC

Officer Julie A. Fream President and CEO Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA)

Officer Bill Long President and CEO Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Assocation (MEMA)

Directors Oscar Albin Executive President INA, Industria Nacional de Autopartes A.C.

Jon DeGaynor President and CEO Stoneridge, Inc.

Ronald E. Hall, Jr. President and CEO Bridgewater Interiors, LLC

Michael Robinet Managing Director IHS Markit

Paul Barnett President Principal Manufacturing

Paul Doyle CEO Coastal Automotive

Michael Haughey President North American Stamping Group, LLC

Samir Salman CEO NA Region Continental Automotive Systems, Inc.

Michael Brosseau President Röchling Automotive North America

John Dunn President and CEO The Americas Plastic Omnium Auto Inergy Division

Ramzi Y. Hermiz Industry Advisor Shiloh Industries, Inc.

Dan Sandberg President and CEO Brembo North America Inc.

Pat D’Eramo President and CEO Martinrea International, Inc.

Scott Ferriman President MAHLE Industries, Incorporated

Jon Husby President and CEO SEG Automotive

Armando Tamez CEO Nemak

David C. Dauch Chairman and CEO American Axle and Manufacturing, Inc.

Denise Gray President LG Chem Michigan Inc. Tech Center

Shannon Quinn OE President Bridgestone

Jim Teets President and CEO ADAC Automotive

Katsu Uno Chairman and CEO HIROTEC AMERICA, Inc.

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2019 FINANCIAL SUMMARY OESA revenue and expenditures for 2019 are as follows:

Sources of Revenue

Expendentures

Membership Dues - 50%

Events - 30%

OESA Events - 22%

Councils - 22% SG & A - 13%

MEMA Events - 16%

Advocacy - 20%

Council Dues - 11%

Shared MEMA Services - 10%

Advertising/Publications/ Other - 1%

Direct Member Services - 5%

2019 Revenue: $7.3 Million $8,000 $7.3

$7,000 $7.0 $6.3

$6,000

$6.5

$5.6

$5,000

$4,000 U.S. Dollars (in thousands)

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

Fiscal Year

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THANK YOU TO THE 2019 OESA SPONSORS OESA sponsors are greatly appreciated and enable expanded programming for OESA members.

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2020 SUPPLIER MEMBER COMPANIES #

Artiflex Manufacturing LLC

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3-Dimensional Services Group

Asahi Kasei Plastics North America, Inc.

C. Thorrez Industries

A

Ascend Performance Materials

A. Raymond Tinnerman Manufacturing

Asia Forging Supply ATCO Industries, Inc.

Cadillac Products Automotive Company

A.P. Plasman, Inc.

ATF, Inc.

CaptureMore

ABC Technologies

Auma Engineered Products, Inc.

Carbon, Inc.

Action Wood 360

AutoForm Engineering USA, Inc.

Acument Global Technologies, Inc.

Autoliv ASP, Inc.

Carcoustics Tech Center North America, Inc.

ADAC Automotive

Automotive Insight LLC

Carlex Glass America LLC

Adient US LLC

Autoneum North America, Inc.

CEBI USA

Advanced Carrier & Protection Systems (ACPS)

AVL North America, Inc.

Celanese

Aware Mobility LLC

Centracore LLC

Axalta Coating Systems

Chassis Brakes International B.V.

ADVICS North America AGS Automotive Systems AirBoss Flexible Products

C & U Americas, LLC Cadillac Casting, Inc.

Chrysan Industries, Inc.

B

Clarios

BASF Corporation

Clips and Clamps Industries

Behr Hella Thermocontrol, Inc. (BHTC)

Coastal Automotive

Aleris Rolled Products

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC

Contemporary Amperex Technology USA INC.

Alpha Precision Group

Bmax USA, LLC

Continental

ALPS Electric (North America), Inc.

Bollhoff, Inc

Continental Structural Plastics, Inc.

Altair Engineering, Inc.

BorgWarner Inc.

CoorsTek

Aludyne

BOS Automotive Products Inc.

CSM Manufacturing

American Axle & Manufacturing, Inc. (AAM)

Brembo North America

CZ-Auto Systems

AISIN Technical Center of America, Inc. AISIN World Corp. of America Akebono Brake Corporation

Commercial Tool Group

Anchor Danly

Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, LLC

Anchor Manufacturing Group, Inc.

Bridgewater Interiors, LLC

Ancor Information Management

Brose North America, Inc.

DAA Draexlmaier Automotive of America LLC

Aptiv

Busche Performance Group

Dae Yong Industry Co.

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ArcelorMittal Tailored Blanks

Daiichi Jitsugyo Co., LTD

Arconic Corporation

Daikin America, Inc.

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Supplier Members as of May 15, 2020


Dalco Nonwovens

G

Hoosier Gasket Corporation

Dana Incorporated

Garrett Motion

HP, Inc.

Danlaw, Inc.

Gates Corporation

HRS Flow

Datwyler Sealing Solutions

Gebauer & Griller

HS R&A Company, Ltd.

Dayco Products, LLC

Gedia Michigan

Huaiji Valve Engine USA, Inc.

Delphi Technologies

Gehring, L.P.

HUMAX USA, Inc.

DENSO International America

Gemini Group

HUSCO International, Inc.

Detroit Manufacturing Systems

General Cable Corporation

Detroit Thermal Systems LLC

Gentex Corporation

Hutchinson Antivibration and Belt Drive Systems Activity

Dicastal N.A.

Gentherm

dlhBOWLES, Inc.

Gestamp North America

Dorman Products, Inc.

Ghafari, Inc.

DSM Engineering Plastics

GHSP

DuPont Specialty Products USA, LLC

Gibbs Die Casting

E Eaton Eberspaecher EDAG, Inc. Edscha North America Technologies, LLC

Gil-Mar Manufacturing Company GKN Automotive GKN Powder Metallurgy Gnutti Carlo USA - Webberville Godfrey and Wing, Inc. Grupo Antolin North America GST AutoLeather, Inc.

Hutchinson Sealing Systems Hyundai Transys America Sales, LLC

I Ideal Group IEE S.A. Iljin USA Corporation Illinois Tool Works (ITW) Inalfa Roof Systems, Inc. Inductoheat, Inc. Infasco Nut INOAC USA, Inc.

EG TranSpire

G-TEKT North America, Corp.

Eldor Automotive Powertrain USA, LLC

H

Elektrobit Automotive Americas Inc

Hanon Systems

INVISTA

ElringKlinger Automotive Manufacturing

HBPO North America, Inc.

IRISO U.S.A., Inc.

Hella Corporate Center USA, Inc.

EnovaPremier, LLC

Irvin Automotive Products LLC

Henkel Corporation

ESTIC America, Inc.

Henniges Automotive

J

Exo-s, Inc.

HFI LLC

JAC Products

Hi-Lex Corporation

JATCO USA, Inc.

Hilite International

Faurecia North America

Johnson Electric North America

Hinduja Tech, Inc

FCC (North America)

Johnson Matthey, Inc.

Feintool U.S. Operations, Inc.

Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S.A, Inc.

Joyson Safety Systems

FIAMM Technologies LLC

HIROTEC AMERICA, Inc.

Ficosa North America Corporation

Hirtenberger Automotive Safety North America, Inc.

F

Flex Flexfab, Inc. Freudenberg North America

International Automotive Components (IAC) Inteva Products

JTEKT North America

Hitachi Metals America, Ltd. Hi-Tech Mold & Engineering, Inc.

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K

Methode Electronics, Inc.

Pfinder US LP

KAMAX

Michelin North America, Inc.

Pierburg US, LLC

KANEKA NORTH AMERICA LLC

Michigan Spring and Stamping

Pirelli Tire North America

Kasai North America

Midway Products Group

Piston Group

King Solutions

Mobis North America LLC

Plasan Carbon Composites

Kitagawa Mexico S.A. de C.V.

Montaplast of North America, Inc.

Plastic Omnium Auto Exterior

Knovalent, Inc.

MS Plastic Welders, LLC.

Plastic Omnium Auto Inergy Division

KOSTAL of America, Inc.

Mubea NA Inc.

Plastomer Corporation

KS Kolbenschmidt US., Inc.

Musashi North America, Inc.

Powers and Sons, LLC PPG Industries, Inc.

L

N

Lacks Enterprises, Inc.

N.S. International, LTD.

Pridgeon & Clay Inc.

Lear Corporation

Neapco Holdings, LLC

Principal Manufacturing

Leggett & Platt Automotive

Nemak

PTM Corporation

LG Electronics U.S.A., Inc.

NEXEN Tire America Inc.

Linamar Corporation

Nexteer Automotive

R

Link Engineering Company

NGK Spark Plugs (USA), Inc.

Rassini International, Inc.

Litens Automotive

NMB Technologies. a MinebeaMitsumi Group Company

Renaissance Manufacturing Group, LLC

NORMA Group

Reyes Automotive Group

North American Metals Corp

Ridecell Inc.

North American Stamping Group, LLC

Robert Bosch LLC

NSK Americas

Roechling Automotive NA LLC

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. Mapvision USA, Inc. MARELLI Marquardt Switches, Inc Martinrea International, Inc. MD Electronics Corporation Means Industries, Inc. Melecs USA Corp. Melling Engine Parts Mersen USA EP Corp. Metalsa Structural Products, Inc. Metal Technologies

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NTN Bearing Corp. of America NYX, Inc.

O ON Semiconductor OSRAM Continental USA Inc.

P P.J. Wallbank Springs, Inc. Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America Park Ohio Products PCS Company Pelican Wire Peterson Spring Corporation Petro-Canada Lubricants Inc.

Precision Resource

RoboVent Rotor Clip Company Royal Power Solutions Royal Technologies Corporation Roush

S SABIC SAGE Automotive Interiors Sakuma International America, Inc. Sanyo Machine America Corporation Satyam Venture Engineering Services SEAVAC USA Schaeffler Group USA, Inc. Schaller Corporation Scherdel Sales & Technology, Inc.

Supplier Members as of May 15, 2020


Schuler Incorporated

Thomas Magnete USA, LLC

W

Seaway Bolt & Specials Corporation

TI Fluid Systems

Warn Automotive, LLC

SEG Automotive North America LLC

Toledo Molding and Die, a Member of Grammar Group

Waupaca Foundry, Inc.

Semblex Corporation Sensata Technologies, Inc. Seraph SERES Shape Corporation Shiloh Industries, Inc. Sigma International Sinfonia Technology (America), Inc. Sistemas Mecatrรณnicos InTiCa SKF Small Parts, Inc. Sodecia North America Spartan Light Metal Products

TomTom North America, Inc Toyobo USA Inc. Toyoda Gosei North America Corporation Toyota Boshoku America Toyota Tsusho America TREMEC Corporation TSM Corporation TS Tech Americas, Inc. TWB Co., LLC

U

SRG Global, Inc.

UACJ Automotive Whitehall Industries

Stanley Engineered Fastening

u-blox America, Inc.

Stoneridge

Ultimate Gaging Systems

STRATTEC Security Corporation

Umicore Autocat USA Inc.

Sumitomo Corporation of America

umlaut

Sumitomo Electric Wiring Systems Inc.

Unique Fabricating, Inc.

Sumitomo Rubber North America Superior Industries International, Inc. Swoboda Technologies, Inc.

T Tachi-S Engineering USA, Inc. TAG Holdings Management, LLC TE Connectivity Temel Gaskets Tenneco, Inc. THB International The Genesee Group The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company The Narmco Group - Prince Metal Products The Timken Company

Webasto Witzenmann WKW Erbsloeh Automotive, Inc. Woco Tech USA Inc. Woodbridge Group

Y Yanfeng Automotive Interiors Yazaki North America, Inc. Yinlun TDI LLC

Z ZD Sealing Parts USA, Inc. Zeon Chemicals, LP ZF Group Zhongli

Uniseal Ushr, Inc.

V Valeo North America, Inc Valiant Machine & Tool Varroc Lighting Systems Vast Production Vector North America, Inc. Velcro USA Inc. VentureSource Veoneer Veritas AG Vibracoustic Viking Plastics Visteon Corporation Vitro Automotive

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2020 AFFILIATE MEMBER COMPANIES A

G

Agency LLC

S

MBE Group

SAE International

Butzel Long

Gerry Weinberg & Associates / Sandler Training

Sales Coaches' Corner

Accenture

C

Giarmarco, Mullins & Horton, P.C.

McDonald Hopkins PLLC

Advanced Purchasing Dynamics

McKinsey & Company, Inc.

Capgemini

A.T. Kearney, Inc. A2Mac1 Abbott Nicholson PC

Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association (AAMA)

Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services

Center for Automotive Research (CAR)

H Harbour Results, Inc.

Clark Hill PLC

Honigman LLP Howard & Howard Attorneys

Amherst Partners LLC

Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR)

Anaplan

Citibank NA

Aon

CLEPA

Appirio

Conway MacKenzie, Inc.

Alderney Advisors, LLC AlixPartners LLP

aPriori Technologies Arent Fox LLP Argus Media Arthur J Gallagher & Company AutoForecast Solutions, LLC Automation Alley Automotive Industry Action Group Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association of Canada

B Bain and Company Baker Tilly Bank of America Belcan Berylls Strategy Advisors Corp. Boston Consulting Group, Inc. (BCG) Brooks Wilkins Sharkey & Turco PLLC

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I

Dickinson Wright PLLC Donnelly Penman and Partners Dykema Gossett PLLC

NAIAS, Tier 1 Supplier Liaison: The Fulkerson Group

SRI International Stout Risius Ross, LLC

T

The Miller Law Firm, P.C. Tweddle Group

U

J

O'Keefe

Japan External Trade Organization

Oliver Wyman, Inc.

U.K. Department for International Trade

K

P

KERR, RUSSELL and WEBER PLC

Pepper Hamilton LLP

KOTRA KPMG LLC

L Lectra USA

ELM Analytics, LLC Escalent

LiveSource

EY

LMC Automotive

OneMagnify

Plante Moran PLLC

UMTRI - Automotive Analysis Division

W Warner Norcross & Judd LLP

Prospect Silicon Valley

We Predict

PwC

X

Q

Xeeva, Inc.

QAD, Inc. Qlik Quistem LLC

R

LyfeCycle

Rehmann

Foley & Lardner LLP

M

Ricardo Strategic Consulting

Frost Brown Todd LLC

M1 Concourse

Right Management

Marsh

Roland Berger

Marsh & McLennan

RSM

FICO

Ubiquiti, Inc.

Plex Systems

Lockton Companies

F

Smithers

O

LIFT - Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow

E

Slalom

The Entrada Group

Industria Nacional de Autopartes A.C.

Dakkota Integrated Systems, LLC

Sindipecas

Tetakawi

N

D

Detroit Regional Chamber

Miller Canfield

IHS Markit

Crowe LLP

Deloitte

Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Mize, Inc.

ISG - Information Services Group

Dawda Mann Mulcahy & Sadler PLC

Michigan Economic Development Corporation

SAP America, Inc.

Supplier Members as of May 15, 2020


STAFF DIRECTORY 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 jfream@oesa.org

Karen Bohannon Manager, Administration and On-site Facilities 248.430.5965 kbohannon@oesa.org

Ginger Juncker Executive Director, Councils and Member Programs 248.430.5953 gjuncker@oesa.org

Lexi Putman Member Services Representative 248.430.5959 lputman@oesa.org

April Buford Senior Director, Communications 248.430.5964 abuford@oesa.org

Jeff Laskowski Senior Manager, Communications 248.430.5950 jlaskowski@oesa.org

Drew Rhodes Senior Manager, Events and Member Programs 248.430.5961 drhodes@oesa.org

Steve Horaney Vice President, Membership and Sales 248.430.5969 shoraney@oesa.org

Keiyania Mann Senior Manager, Council Communications and Planning 248.430.5952 kmann@oesa.org

Erin Schrieber Manager, Membership Recruitment and Development 248.430.5970 eschrieber@oesa.org

Mike Jackson Executive Director, Strategy and Research 248.430.5954 mjackson@oesa.org

Markie Murphy Executive Assistant 248.430.5956 mmurphy@oesa.org

David Johnson Senior Director, Events and Member Programs 248.430.5968 djohnson@oesa.org

Abby Napier Specialist, Communications 248.430.5957 anapier@oesa.org

Adam Slaman Manager, Sponsorship Sales and Member Development 248.430.5958 aslaman@oesa.org

Joseph Zaciek Manager, Research and Industry Analysis 248.430.5960 jzaciek@oesa.org

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2020

ASSOCIATION UPDATE

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