TROY, MI – Intermet Corp.’s headquarters in a heavily wooded office park here north of Detroit is nearly impossible to see from the road. The building’s setting is analogous to Intermet’s product offerings. The supplier makes components that are largely invisible to consumers, such as brake parts, camshafts, differential cases, knuckles, transmission components and structural frames. PCPC cell produces cast aluminum steering knuckles at Intermet plant in Stevensville, MI. It’s ...

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