DEARBORN ā€“ Automotive Components Holdings LLC is Detroit's newest automotive supplier, and its strategic mission is an unusual one: It wants to go out of business. ACH is a collection of the 23 castaway facilities that Visteon Corp. handed back to Ford Motor Co. after five years of struggling to post profits with an uncompetitive U.S. wage structure. The entity was formed Oct. 1 and is managed by Ford until the facilities can be prepared for potential sale to other suppliers or ...

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