Market share and supply status

Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region




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ASEAN・India Ford Endeavour (India) 2018 National Engineering Industries Ltd. Differential assembly
ASEAN・India Ford Ranger (Thailand) 2018 Kiriu (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Differential case
ASEAN・India Hyundai i30 N (Korea) 2018 Hyundai WIA Corporation (Formerly WIA Corporation) Electronic limited slip differential
Americas GM Chevrolet Silverado (USA) 2019 Eaton Corporation plc Locking differential
Americas GM Chevrolet Silverado (USA) 2019 GKN Plc Front differential
Americas Honda Acura RDX (USA) 2019 Schaeffler AG Differential bearing
China Dongfeng Nissan Nissan X-Trail (AWD) (China) 2018 JTEKT Automotive (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. Differential
China Great Wall Haval H5 Diesel (AWD) (China) 2018 Eaton Corporation plc Differential(2.0T)(6MT)
China JMEV JMC Yusheng S350 (AWD) (China) 2018 Eaton Corporation plc Differential lock
Europe Renault Megane R.S. CUP (Spain)   2019 JTEKT Corporation Torsen limited-slip differential
Europe BMW 3 Series 2018 Linamar Powertrain GmbH (LPT) Differential housing
Europe BMW i3 2018 Linamar Powertrain GmbH (LPT) Differential housing
Japan Toyota Lexus LC500 2018 JTEKT Corporation Torsen Type-B Differential
Japan Honda Legend 2017 Yanagawa Seiki Co., Ltd. Differential carrier
Japan Daihatsu Mira 2016 Asano Gear Co., Ltd. Differential
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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd. 2-1 Asahi-machi, Kariya, Aichi 448-8650, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings, Inc. One Dauch Drive, Detroit, MI 48211-1198, USA Major Parts Suppliers image
PT. Astra Otoparts Tbk Jl. Raya Pegangsaan Dua Km. 2,2, Kelapa Gading - Jakarta 14250, Indonesia Major Parts Suppliers image
Dana Incorporated (Formerly Dana Holding Corporation) 3939 Technology Drive, Maumee, OH 43537, USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Eaton Corporation plc 1000 Eaton Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio, 44122 USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Apr 01, 2019

On March 25, VW debuted three EVs developed for the Chinese market—the EV version of SAIC VW’s Lavida sedan, EV version of FAW VW’s Golf, and EV version of FAW VW’s Bora. The EVs underpinned on VW’s MQB platform will be launched in China in mid-2019. The automaker also debuted the ID.BUZZ EV concept and VW’s ID.R race car.
The EV version of the Lavida is equipped with a motor that has an output of 100 kw, integrating a single-speed transmission and a differential.
The EV version of the Bora is powered by a motor that has an output of 100 kW mated to an integrated differential single-speed transmission and a 37.2 kWh battery pack (consists of 16 modules/192 batteries).
The EV version of the Golf is powered by a motor that has an output of 100 kW and an instant torque of 290 Nm. Production of the vehicle will start soon at FAW VW’s Foshan Plant.
The debut of those EVs marks the second stage of VW’s NEV strategy targeting China. For the first stage, VW introduced the Tayron GTE Concept, Magotan GTE Concept, and next-generation Touareg PHV, which will all be launched within the next 12 months. The number of PHVs launched by VW will double for the next year.
In 2020, VW will introduce its fourth EV, so it will have about 10 NEV models in China as of 2020. It aims to achieve sales of 300,000 NEVs that are produced in China. The third stage of the company’s NEV strategy will start from 2020 or 2021, during which VW will introduce a number of EVs underpinned by the newly designed MEB (modular electric toolkit) platform.
From a VW China press release

Mar 16, 2019

On March 13, Scania announced it will invest USD 35 million in its plant in Tucumán, Argentina, for machinery and technology to improve the efficiency of its production processes.
The Argentina plant has eleven production lines specializing in machining processes, producing parts for gearboxes, differentials and gears, among others.
With a staff of more than 500 employees, the Tucumán plant has an annual production capacity of 30,000 gear boxes and 40,000 differentials, all of which is exported to other Scania facilities in Brazil and Sweden.
The Tucumán plant produced Scania trucks and buses between 1976 and 2001, when the assembly of vehicles was ended to concentrate on the production of components for Scania’s production system, which has a total of eight factories around the world.

(Scania Argentina press release on March 13, 2019)

Feb 15, 2019

Jiangsu Pacific Precision Forging Co., Ltd. has recently received a no-bid contract from Volkswagen Automatic Transmission (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. and became a designated supplier of parts and components for the VW Tianjin modular electric drive matrix (MEB) and DQ501gearbox projects. For the VW Tianjin MEB project, it provides differential bevel gears (planetary gears and side gears), drive shafts, and output shafts for 80% of 710,000 units in the project. The company is going to start offering samples in the 27th week of 2019 and producing the products in the 30th week of 2020. Also for the VW Tianjin DQ501 project, the company will supply four shafts for dual clutch automatic transmissions for 80% of 297,000 units. The sample delivery will start in the 14th week of 2019 and the production in the 19th week in 2020. (From a release on February 15, 2019)