Delphi Automotive Systems says it is investing $3 million in its Rochester, NY, facilities. Some $2.2 million will be used for the plant's die-cast generator housing business and $760,000 for the relocation of test labs in the company's technical center in Henrietta, NY, to accommodate facilities to support gasoline direct-injection product development. Delphi won an order in March to develop and supply a DI gasoline engine management system for a future GM vehicle. The announcement comes in ...

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