Friday, December 11, 2015

Visteon Corporation: Establishing Relationships With Major Players

In 2000, Visteon Corporation became an independent company from Ford Motor Company during its spin-off. Since its independence, the American international supplier of automotive electronics products has become a Fortune 500 company with multiple businesses engaged in the design, engineering, and manufacture of systems and solutions for various clients. Among its equally world-renowned clients are Daimler, BMW, Ford, General Motors, Chrysler, Nissan, and Hyundai, among other major North American, European and Asian automobile manufacturers.

Visteon is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. In 2013, it reported a $7.439 billion sales; $6 billion in total assets; and 24,000 employees in its offices worldwide. By setting a corporate goal of expansion of business with notable companies, Visteon currently enjoys profitable relationships with the abovementioned major companies.

The company maintains three corporate offices, namely, the North American Corporate and Innovation Center in Van Buren Township, Michigan; the Asia Pacific Corporate Office and Innovation Center in Shanghai, China; and the European Corporate Office in Chelmsford, United Kingdom.

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