TROY, MI – General Motors Corp. is taking an active role in finding potential buyers for Delphi Corp. plants the bankrupt supplier wants to sell as part of its massive restructuring now under way. The auto maker also is stepping up efforts to re-source certain Delphi contracts to other suppliers, says Bo Andersson, GM vice president-global purchasing and supply chain. The initiatives are driven by GM’s need to ensure a stable source of parts for its vehicle assembly plants. Delphi, ...
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