Grand Rapids Operations


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2100 Burlingame, SW
Wyoming, Michigan. 49509 United States

Year Opened:


Facility Size:

1.8 million square feet on 95 acres

Employee Information





Total (as of Nov, 2012):


Union Local:

UAW Local # 167


Precision machined automotive engine components including:

  • Lash Adjusters
  • Roller Hydraulic Valve Lifters
  • Cylinder Deactivation Lifters
  • Continuously Variable Cam Phasers

Economic Impact

  • Wages: $41.2 million
  • Payroll Taxes: $7.4 million

Recent Major Investments

  • 2006:  Consolidated injector manufacturing into facility
  • 2009-2012:  $28 million in new investment for volume increases and new product programs

Recent Awards

  • Landfill Free (2014)
  • TS 16949 Quality Certification (2009)
  • ISO 14001 Environmental Management (2004)

Plant Profile / Historical Information

The Grand Rapids Plant has been building precision machined automotive components for almost 70 years.  It is the original home of the Diesel Equipment Division of General Motors and is well known for its valve train components.  Through the years, it has been a part of the Rochester Products Division, AC Rochester Division, and the Energy & Chassis Division of Delphi.  Currently it is one of four plants that make up the GMCH consolidated subsidiary of GM.

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