AUBURN HILLS – Faurecia Group only may have a toehold on the North American automotive seating market, but the French supplier has an ambitious strategy to grow its share in the region. Faurecia now has only one seating program in North America, but it’s a biggie: General Motors Corp.’s Epsilon architecture, which launched last year in the U.S. with the all-new Chevy Malibu. UAW represents employees at Faurecia plant in Auburn Hills, which supplies seats for Pontiac G6. The supplier ...

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