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Displaying items tagged: Yanfeng Automotive Interiors

Sunday, 11 August 2019 12:00

GHSP to expand, relocate headquarters to Holland

HOLLAND — Automotive supplier GHSP is expanding and moving its headquarters and engineering laboratory to the Holland Technical Center, MiBiz has learned. 

Published in Manufacturing
Tuesday, 16 October 2018 15:21

Yanfeng Automotive Interiors to relocate HQ from Holland to Southeast Michigan

Automotive supplier Yanfeng Automotive Interiors has permanently laid off 55 West Michigan employees as it plans to relocate its North American headquarters to Novi.

Published in Manufacturing
Saturday, 18 August 2018 16:23

Auto suppliers team up to access new tech, ‘diversify risk,’ experts say

ACME — Amid a period of technological upheaval in the automotive industry, West Michigan-based supplier Mann + Hummel USA Inc. is reducing project costs and saving time by partnering, collaborating or aligning with larger OEMs.

Published in Manufacturing

Tuesday, 07 March 2017 13:54

Yanfeng lays off 27 workers at Lansing facility

Yanfeng US Automotive Interiors Systems II LLC plans to lay off 27 employees from its manufacturing facility located at 7009 W. Mount Hope Highway in Lansing.

Published in Breaking News
Sunday, 19 February 2017 13:51

Q&A: Bryan Nyeholt, Vice president of global product and process at Yanfeng Automotive Interiors

As the automotive industry adopts new technologies like autonomous driving, suppliers need to find opportunities to add value. For Yanfeng Automotive Interiors, that opportunity comes from flexible seating, smart surfaces and other technology, said Bryan Nyeholt, vice president of global product and process. Yanfeng, which formed in 2014 after Johnson Controls Inc. spun off the majority of its automotive interiors business to Shanghai-based Yanfeng Automotive Trim Systems Co. Ltd., manufactures a variety of interior components including instrument panels, door panels and consoles. Nyeholt is the keynote speaker for the annual Automotive Supplier Symposium, hosted by Grand Valley State University’s Van Andel Global Trade Center on March 9 at the Richard M. DeVos Center in Grand Rapids. Nyeholt spoke to MiBiz prior to the event about the benefits of the joint venture and how disruptive trends in the automotive industry are driving interior design. 

Published in Q&A