Henniges Automotive to Open First Manufacturing Plant in Poland

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., July 13, 2016 – Henniges Automotive Holdings, Inc., a leading global supplier of highly engineered sealing and anti-vibration components for the automotive market, is excited to announce, that today it is opening a plant in Prudnik, Poland. This strategic positioning is part of Henniges‘ continued efforts to expand the company’s global footprint. „The Prudnik plant will allow …

Henniges Automotive Establishes Second Strategic Alliance with Burkool S.A. to Serve Brazilian Market

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., May 17, 2016 – Henniges Automotive Holdings, Inc., a leading global supplier of highly engineered sealing and anti-vibration systems for the automotive market, today announced it has expanded its partnership with Burkool S.A., a sealing solutions manufacturer based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to create a strategic alliance serving the needs of the automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) …

Henniges Automotive Acquires Sole Ownership of Chinese Joint Venture

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Jan. 16, 2014 – Henniges Automotive Holdings, Inc., a leading supplier of highly engineered sealing and anti-vibration systems for the global automotive market, announced it has acquired the remaining 40 percent of Beijing Wanyuan-Henniges Sealing Systems Co., Ltd. from its Chinese joint venture with China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT). Establishing sole ownership of Wanyuan-Henniges in …

Henniges Automotive and Indian Supplier, Amee Rubber Industries Pvt. Ltd. Form Strategic Alliance

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., — Henniges Automotive Holdings, Inc., a leading supplier of highly engineered sealing and anti-vibration systems for the global automotive market, today announced it has formed a strategic alliance with Amee Rubber Industries Pvt. Ltd., a producer of sealing systems & molded rubber parts for automobiles throughout India. This agreement with Amee enables Henniges Automotive to further support …

Henniges Automotive Forms Strategic Alliance with Argentine Sealing Company, Burkool S.A.

AUBURN HILLS, MI — Henniges Automotive Holdings, Inc., a leading supplier of highly engineered sealing and anti-vibration systems for the global automotive market, today announced it has formed a strategic alliance with Burkool S.A., a sealing solutions manufacturer based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The agreement focuses on supporting the growth of key automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in Argentina and …

Henniges Touts Ability to Cut Weight From Seals

The following excerpt is from an article originally published on PlasticsNews.com AUBURN HILLS, MICH. (Jan. 15, 11:30 a.m. ET) — Henniges Automotive Holdings Inc. has found ways to cut anywhere from eight to 12 pounds from vehicle weight through sealing alone. “Our product has often been overlooked in the area of weight,” CEO Douglas DelGrosso said. “People focus on typically …

Henniges Automotive Holdings, Inc. Announces Appointment Of Douglas DelGrosso As CEO

July 23, 2012 – Henniges Automotive Holdings, Inc., a leading provider of highly engineered sealing and anti-vibration systems for the global automotive market, today announced the appointment of Douglas DelGrosso, an experienced automotive industry executive, as Chief Executive Officer, effective August 1. Mr. DelGrosso has nearly 30 years experience operating in the automotive industry, most recently serving with TRW Corporation …

Henniges Automotive Acquires Czech Republic Sealing System Manufacturer

Farmington Hills, Mich. October 5, 2011 — Henniges Automotive has completed the acquisition of Nomaseal s.r.o., an automotive industry supplier of weatherseals. The company has a manufacturing facility in Hranice, Czech Republic and a sales and technical center in Viersen, Germany. The closure of this transaction will strengthen Henniges’ ability to provide technical support and manufacturing expertise to European customers …

Sexy Production: Henniges Automotive Believes Manufacturing Should be a Competitive Advantage

The following excerpt is from an article originally published in Manufacturing Today With commodity production often going offshore, the United States becomes more in danger of losing its manufacturing capability. But some domestic manufacturers are combining automation with highly trained employees to provide solutions that – if not sexy – are at least attractive. “The younger folks coming up don’t …