CANBERRA – General Motors Corp.’s Holden Ltd. subsidiary is not the only OEM here scrambling to find a new source of supply after the collapse of Australian parts maker Ion group. Germany-based supplier Robert Bosch Corp. says its local subsidiary is being forced to make a major switch to imported parts. Holden has been conducting a global search for a supplier of cylinder heads for its V-6 engines since Ion administrator Colin Nicol announced Ion’s Wingfield aluminum casting plant in ...

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