Delphi Automotive Systems will spend close to $2.7 million to upgrade its Anderson, IN, manufacturing facility. The company says $1.7 million will be allocated for the installation of two lean assembly cells that will replace two existing production lines in Anderson's ignition plant. Delphi also will invest $946,000 to restore about 280,000 sq.-ft. of the ignition plant's roof. Meanwhile, the company nets almost $7 million in new contracts from Daewoo Motor Corp. and Kia Motor Corp. for ...

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