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The North American supplier industry has been in the spotlight over the last few years, having undergone a series of shocks at its fundament; from the bankruptcies of prominent large domestic suppliers including Visteon, Lear, Delphi, Metaldyne and Hayes Lemmerz, to the concerns of widespread and disordered bankruptcies following the pre-packaged Chapter 11 of some of their major customers. Defying the doomsayers, there have been fewer bankruptcies than expected so confidence has returned to an industry that burned the fingers of many investors. The industry has emerged from the two-year shock with stronger financials. Two major initial public offerings (Delphi and Allison Transmission) were further signs of increased confidence in the North American supplier industry.
About this report
This report looks at the IHS Automotive sales and production data for North America; OEM activity and supplier management; recent developments within the supply base; profitability, revenue and costs outlook; and the capital spending and investment momentum of suppliers
The report also has mergers and acquisitions insight from Houlihan Lokey, a global provider of M&A, Capital Markets, Financial Restructuring, and Financial Advisory services.
The report concludes with over 160 supplier profiles from companies both based in the region and those with a significant presence in North America.
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