BorgWarner—the American automotive supplier based in Auburn Hills, Michigan—has announced its plan to invest $42 million into the expansion of its Seneca, South Carolina, production facility. The investment will be allocated for the development of new manufacturing lines to launch the production of 3GWh of annual battery module capacity, contributing to the growth of the
BorgWarner—the American automotive supplier based in Auburn Hills, Michigan—has announced its spin-off fuel system and aftermarket segment will be a separate, publicly traded company named “PHINIA Inc.” PHINIA is designed to provide fuel systems, starters, alternators, and aftermarket distribution components among commercial vehicle, light vehicle, and aftermarket end markets. The proposed spin-off is expected to
BorgWarner announced recently that Sailaja Shankar has been named to its Board of Directors. “Sailaja’s breadth of leadership experience through strategic change in large enterprise organizations, coupled with her digital, cybersecurity, software, and software applications knowledge, make her a strong complement to our board as our product line continues to evolve and we deliver on
BorgWarner has announced that it will acquire Santroll Automotive Components, a carve-out of Santroll Electric Auto and Santroll Automotive Components’ eMotor business. BorgWarner said that the acquisition is expected to strengthen its vertical integration, scale, and portfolio breadth in light vehicle e-motors while allowing for increased speed to market. Closing is expected in the late
BorgWarner has appointed Sara Greenstein to its Board of Directors. Greenstein was the president, CEO and board member of Lydall, a global manufacturer of value-added engineered materials and specialty filtration solutions. Prior, Greenstein served as senior vice president of United States Steel Corporation, where she managed the company’s $4 billion consumer solutions business unit. “We are pleased to
BorgWarner will acquire Delphi Technologies in an all-stock transaction valued at $3.3 billion. BorgWarner stockholders will own around 84% of the newly combined company, while Delphi shareholders will own approximately 16%.
Using both new and existing resources, the Noblesville location will develop and validate a variety of power electronics products as well as the company’s motor, alternator and starter products.
BorgWarner has added an S400SX-E super core to its successful line of AirWerks series turbochargers. Featuring an 88-mm inducer Gen-C7 forged milled compressor wheel, this new high-performance unit enables an engine to achieve over 1,575 horsepower per turbocharger.
BorgWarner is expanding its North American REMAN turbocharger line to include turbochargers of all brands. REMAN—or remanufactured—turbochargers combine the quality of a new original turbocharger with the competitiveness of a remanufactured system.
Remy International has signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by BorgWarner, a leading, global supplier of engineered components and systems for powertrains.
BorgWarner’s next-generation 6.35 mm inverted tooth silent engine timing chains are launching on engines from Mitsubishi, Suzuki, Hyundai, General Motors Korea and one Chinese automaker. The innovative engine timing chain is designed to reduce friction, resulting in as much as 0.3 to 0.6 percent improvement in fuel economy based on customer testing. BorgWarner will produce
Available in the U.S. for the Veloster Turbo passenger car, the turbocharged engine features a maximum output of 150 kW (204 HP), an increase of 46 percent compared with Hyundai’s standard 1.6-liter GDI engine BorgWarner supplies its leading turbocharging technology for Hyundai’s new 1.6-liter turbocharged gasoline direct injection (T-GDI) engine. Available in the U.S. for the Veloster Turbo passenger