Lockport Components

Revised:2014-03-11

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Location:

200 Upper Mountain Road
Lockport, New York. 14094 United States

Year Opened:

Bldg-7: 1939, Bldg-8: 1959, Bldg-9: 1969, Bldg-10: 1960

Facility Size:

2.6 million square feet; 495 acres


Employee Information

Hourly:

1325

Salaried:

350

Total (as of Dec, 2012):

1,675

Union Local:

UAW Local # 686 and #55
 


Facility Details

  • Bldg-7:  Radiators, Condensers, Heater Cores, HVAC Modules, Oil Coolers
  • Bldg-8:  Evaporators
  • Bldg-9:  Storage
  • Bldg-10:  CRFM Assembly, Service Part Packing, Rubber and Foam Processing

Products

  • Radiators
  • Condensers
  • Heater Cores
  • Evaporators
  • HVAC Modules
  • Oil Coolers
  • CRFM Assemblies
  • CRAs

2013 Production Total - 10,552,529

  • Radiators:  1,231,996
  • Condensers:  1,572,076
  • Heater Cores:  1,743,601                
  • Evaporators: 178,780
  • HVAC Modules:  1,105,990
  • Oil Coolers:  3,566,550
  • CRFMs:  869,940
  • CRAs: 283,596

Product Applications

  • Chevrolet: Camaro, Corvette, Cruze, Express, Impala, Malibu, Silverado, Sonic, Suburban, Tahoe
  • GMC: Savana, Sierra, Yukon, Yukon XL
  • Buick: LaCrosse, Regal, Verano
  • Cadillac: Escalade, XTS


Historical Information
:
GMCH Lockport was founded in 1910 as the Harrison Radiator Company for the purpose of designing, manufacturing, and selling automotive radiators and components. Since that time the company has flourished into a lean manufacturing site that produces a wide compliment of Powertrain Cooling and HVAC components and systems.  With over 1600 employees the site is focused on continuous improvement through a joint team process between UAW Local 686, Local #55 and Management that benefits our employees, company, customers, and the community.

Recent Major Investments & Certifications

 

  • Recent Major Investments:
    2012 & 2013 $40 million for future product launches
  • Certifications:
    TS 16949
    ISO 14001
     

 

 

Community Support & Economic Impact

  • GM Foundation Grants - 2013: $20,000
    YMCA $5,000      United Way $10,000
    YWCA $2,500      Boys & Girls Club $2,500
  • Event Participation: 40 community and charitable events raising $100,000
  • Economic Impact:        
    Wages:  $89 million
    Payroll Taxes:  $16.2 million
     

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