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Report: Delphi looks at cutting seven plants

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TROY, Mich. (AP) — Delphi Corp. is considering getting rid of seven plants and seven technical centers as part of a plan to overhaul its electronics and safety unit, according to an internal company document obtained by a newspaper.

In the document outlining a plan named "Northstar," the auto-parts maker says that the restructuring of its Electronics & Safety unit is a key to its effort to reorganize under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, The Detroit News said Wednesday. The unit accounts for $5.8 billion of Delphi's annual sales of about $28 billion.

Delphi, one of the world's largest auto suppliers, has 50,600 U.S. and Canadian workers and 45 manufacturing plants in 16 states. About 13,000 of Delphi's workers are in Ohio with about 6,000 in the Dayton area, 5,100 in Warren, 1,100 in Sandusky and 850 in Columbus.

More: http://www.cleveland.com/newsflash/clevela...ylist=cleveland

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this is no joke... Ahem... Bush, where are you on this one... do you not care that we are selling ourselves short on our leading industry? Every Great empire falls to bad leadership... let not the leadership of the world blind you from the leadership of your kin...

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