Delphi Automotive Systems Corp. says it will sell off its Ande, France, operations and its global Liteflex spring division in a further effort to exit what it considers non-core businesses. “The Liteflex product line is not strategic to our portfolio and Ande is no longer critical in our global footprint,” says Mike McCurdy, executive in charge of Delphi's ride dynamics business line. Both businesses, Mr. McCurdy says, have parties interested in purchasing them. The Ande, France, ...
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