Delphi Automotive Systems will invest some $63 million in its Delco Electronics Systems Div. to introduce new technology in custom automotive integrated circuits for use in Delphi products. The decision to invest in the Kokomo, IN, operations comes on the heels of Delphi's recent agreement with UAW Local 292. The agreement paved the way for the operational changes necessary to support the new integrated circuit manufacturing facility, Delphi says. The investment, expected to enhance ...

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