Delphi Group (China)

Company Profile

■URL

http://www.delphi.com

■Address

No.118, Delin Road, Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone, Pudong, Shanghai, 200131 China

Business Overview

-The Delphi Group launched its business in China in 1993.

-Delphi Automotive Systems (China) Holding Co., Ltd. was established as the Group's Chinese headquarters in Shanghai in 1999.

-In February 2015, the Company announced it would divest its thermal business to Mahle GmbH for cash consideration of approximately USD 727 million. The transaction is finished in July 2015. Delphi and Mahle also signed a separate letter of intent to sell Delphi's stake in Shanghai Delphi Automotive Air-Conditioning System Co., Ltd..

-In July 2015, Delphi finished the transaction of selling its reception systems business, which consists of automotive antennas and in-vehicle TV tuners, to Northeast Industries Group Corp.

-The Company conducts its business in the three segments listed below:

1.

Electrical/Electronic、Electronics & Safety

Connection systems
Electrical/Electronic distribution systems
Electrical centers
Infotainment and driver interface
Safety systems
HEV and power electronics
Body computers and security systems

2.

Powertrain Systems

Diesel engine management systems
Gasoline engine management systems
Fuel handling and evaporative canisters

Products

The Company produces the following products through its subsidiaries:
Electrical/Electronic Architecture
E/E distribution systems
-Primary wiring harness assemblies
-High power wiring assemblies
-Cables
-Connection systems
-Electrical centers
-Battery electrical centers
-Interior electrical centers
-Under-hood electrical centers

Electronics & Safety
-Active safety systems
-Audio systems
-Body and security electronics and systems
-Communication systems
-Driver information systems and controls
-Electronic control units
-Body computers
-Navigation systems
-Safety electronics
-Mechatronic products
-Software
-Wireless connectivity systems
-Hybrid and electric vehicle electronics
 
Powertrain Systems
-Fuel injection systems
-Ignition systems
-Air and fuel management systems
-Electronics
-Sensors and actuators
-Valve train systems
-Fuel handling systems
-Evaporative emissions systems
-Transmission management systems


Product & Service Solutions
-Vehicle electronics
-Engine management systems
-Fuel systems
-Heating and cooling systems
-Advanced diagnostics service products
-Training and component level technical assistance
-Original equipment service
-Diesel systems

History

1993 Delphi established a Chinese representative office in Beijing.
1995 Delphi established Delphi Saginaw Lingyun Drive Shaft Co., Ltd., which is a joint venture company to manufacture axle shafts in Zhuozhou City, Hebei Province.
1995 Delphi established Delphi Packard Electric Systems Co., Ltd., a joint venture company to make wire harnesses in Shanghai.
1995 Delphi Packard Electric Systems Co., Ltd. built two new factories; one plant is located in Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province, and the other one in Baicheng City, Jilin Province.
Dec. 1995 Delphi established Delphi Delco Electronics (Suzhou) Co., Ltd., a new joint venture to produce audio products in the Suzhou Industrial Zone.
1996 Delphi Packard Electric Systems Co., Ltd. established a new plant in Changchun City, Jilin Province.
1997 Delphi established Delphi Shanghai Dynamics and Propulsion Systems Co., Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary to manufacture dynamics and propulsion systems in Shanghai City.
Mar. 1998 Delphi established Shanghai Delphi Automotive Air Conditioning Systems Co. Ltd., a joint venture to manufacture air conditioning systems in Shanghai.
1999 The Company (Delphi Automotive Systems (China) Holding Co., Ltd.) was established in Shanghai as the Chinese headquarters of the Delphi Group.
Oct. 1999 The Company established Beijing Delphi Wan Yuan Engine Management Systems Co., Ltd., a joint venture to produce engine management systems in Beijing.
Dec. 1999 The Company established Shanghai Delphi Automotive Door Lock & Security Systems Co., Ltd. to manufacture door lock systems in Shanghai. The joint venture company is now called Shanghai Delphi Automotive Door Systems Co., Ltd.
Mar. 2000 The Company formed Shanghai Delphi Emission Control Systems Co., Ltd., a joint venture company to make catalyst converters in Shanghai.
Sep. 2003 The Company established Delphi Electronics (Suzhou) Co., Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary, in the Suzhou Industrial Zone. The new facility merged Delphi Delco Electronics (Suzhou) Co., Ltd., and launched production of car electronics products in April 2005.
Apr. 2005 The Company increased investment in its joint venture subsidiary, Shanghai Delphi Automotive Air Conditioning Systems Co., Ltd. from 34% to 50%, and obtained control of the joint venture company.
Apr. 2005 The Company took over control of the Chinese subsidiary of Daesung Electrics Co., Ltd. (Delphi's Korean subsidiary) and established Delphi Daesung Wuxi Electronics Co., Ltd.
July 2005 The Company sold its joint venture subsidiary for battery production, Shanghai Delphi International Battery Co., Ltd. to Johnson Controls. The name of the company was changed to Shanghai Johnson Controls International Battery Co., Ltd.
Oct. 2005 Delphi Corporation filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Mar. 2006 The Company sold off its joint venture company, Shanghai Delco Electronics & Instrumentation Co., Ltd.
Mar. 2006 Delphi Packard Electric Systems Co., Ltd. Yantai Branch began operating.
Aug. 2006 The Company and Beijing United Automobile Motorcycle Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Beijing Automotive Industry) jointly established Beijing Delphi Automotive Safety Products Co., Ltd. to manufacture seatbelts in Changping District, Beijing City.
Sep. 2006 Delphi Steering Systems Suzhou Co., Ltd. was completed; and the facility began official production.
Dec. 2006 The Company and Hebei Lingyun Industry Group jointly created Saginaw Lingyun Driveshaft (Wuhu) Co., Ltd. to manufacture axle shafts in Wuhu City, Anhui Province.
Dec. 2007 The Company and Beijing Automotive Industry jointly established Beijing Delphi Automotive Air Conditioning Systems Co., Ltd.
Dec. 2007 Delphi Packard Electric Systems Co., Ltd. Shanghai A5 Plant, a wire harness production facility, started commercial operations.
Dec. 2007 The Company established Delphi Packard Electric Systems Co., Ltd., Wuhan Branch to manufacture wire harnesses.
June 2008 The Company sold the shares it held in Shanghai Delphi Automotive Door Systems Co., Ltd., its former door system subsidiary, to Inteva Products, LLC.
Nov. 2008 The Company and Daesung Electrics jointly established Delphi Electrical Centers (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
July 2009 The Company sold the shares it held in Shanghai Delphi Emission Control Systems Co., Ltd., its former emission control system subsidiary, to Catcall Global (Mexico).
Nov. 2009 The Company sold the shares it held in Delphi Shanghai Dyamics and Propulsion Systems Co., Ltd., its former brake system subsidiary, to Beijing West Industries Co., Ltd. (China) and changed its name into BWI (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Apr. 2010 The Company sold the shares it held in Beijing Delphi Automotive Safety Products Co., Ltd. (BDS), its passive safety subsidiary, to Autoliv.
Dec. 2011 Delphi Packard Electric Systems Co., Ltd. Shanghai A6 Plant started commercial operations.
May 2014 The Company opened Delphi Electronics (Suzhou) Technical Center at the Suzhou Industrial Park.
Oct. 2014 Delphi Packard Electric Systems Co., Ltd. Tianjing Branch established.
Jul. 2015 Delphi finished the transaction of selling its reception systems business, which consists of automotive antennas and in-vehicle TV tuners, to Northeast Industries Group Corp.
Oct. 2015 Delphi sold an additional 50% of shares in Shanghai Delphi Automotive Air Conditioning Systems Co., Ltd. to Shanghai Aerospace Automobile Electromechanical Co., Ltd.

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