BINGHAM FARMS, MI – Louis Vitton. Gucci. Christian Dior. Such tony brands typically don’t spring to mind when the topic turns to vinyl, but Canadian General-Tower Ltd. isn’t your typical vinyl supplier. A 100-year-old company with $300 million in annual revenue and product in 80% of all North American vehicle programs, CGT has set its sights on putting vinyl, longtime the poor cousin to leather in automotive design, in the driver’s seat. “We are focused on bringing vinyl into the 21st ...

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