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Delphi Technologies’ Investment In New Poland Plant Reinforces Its Commitment To Electrification And The Region

The company says anticipated demand could result in increased employment growth at the plant in the coming years.

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Delphi Technologies, a global provider of propulsion technologies, has officially opened its new Electrification & Electronics plant in Blonie, Poland, to support growing demand for electrification solutions. The plant will initially produce electronic control units for various vehicle manufacturers, primarily in Europe.

With the goal of producing market-leading electronics products, the company is adding capabilities to align with EU initiatives to reduce CO2 emissions. This includes increasing new technical jobs in the region that are aligned with the future of vehicle propulsion. The plant will provide capacity to enable employment levels exceeding 1,000 employees to support the growth of the European electrification market over the next years.

“Consistent with our previously announced plans, we have reached an important milestone” said Richard Dauch, CEO of Delphi Technologies. “Given our vision to be a pioneer in propulsion technologies, this new site will support our long-term growth and allow us to better serve our customers on their path to electrified vehicles.”

Building on more than 20 years of presence in Poland, the Delphi Technologies Electrification & Electronics plant in Blonie covers a total area of more than 34,600 square meters, of which 17,600 square meters is manufacturing facility. The company now operates five sites dedicated to its Electronics & Electrification portfolio globally with a presence in the U.S., Mexico, China, Singapore and now Poland.

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