Replacement parts are a small portion of overall sales for the world's top two automotive suppliers, but the aftermarket is a top priority for Delphi Automotive Systems and Visteon Automotive Corp. The spun-off parts giants used last week's Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo in Las Vegas to announce new products and strategies. This was Delphi's first year at AAPEX and Visteon's second. Under its separation agreement from General Motors Corp., Delphi could not sell product in the U.S. ...
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