SOUTHFIELD, MI – Newly reorganized parts supplier Lear Corp., which exited a 4-month trip through bankruptcy in November, says the upcoming Chevrolet Volt charged up its electrical power-management systems business and resulted in additional contracts with other auto makers. “No question, it has won us additional business around the world,” says Ray Scott, president-global electrical and electronic systems at Lear. “We went through some serious rigors, testing and validation, so that ...

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