Grede Holdings will produce components for General Motors’ upcoming K2XX truck platform. The company will make brake calipers, control arms and differential carriers and cases at its foundries in Wisconsin, Virginia, Minnesota, Alabama and Mexico. From there the parts will be sent to various North American Tier 1 suppliers, which will assemble them into components and systems for GM. Grede says its contracts will result in about $150 in content for K2XX platform-based vehicles ...
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