DEARBORN – Visteon Corp. CEO Pete Pestillo says the “transition is nearly complete” for the supplier to become a globally competitive Tier 1 company, aided by continued and expected growth of non-Ford revenue, but the picture is not totally rosy. Visteon, spun off from Ford Motor Co. in 2000, expects its non-Ford revenue for 2003 to top $4 billion and predicts $5.1 billion in non-Ford revenue for 2004 (27% of total revenue), double what it had anticipated. The supplier also ...

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