“Working at Amsted has helped me appreciate the importance of an interconnected global supply chain.”

 

Burgess-Norton

Perfecting Piston Pin manufacturing and Powder Metal fabrication

Burgess-Norton is the largest global manufacturer of piston pins for internal combustion engines and compressors as well as a leading producer of powder metal parts. Founded in 1903, Burgess-Norton has produced millions of piston pins for leading international customers throughout the automotive and truck markets.

Engineered to order and designed to withstand tough wear, world-class Burgess-Norton products are manufactured using only the finest metals at one of six facilities around the globe. Burgess-Norton is also strategically located worldwide to shorten lead times and enhance supply chain efficiency. 

To learn more, visit www.burgessnorton.com

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ConMet

Global solutions for the Commercial Vehicle Industry

ConMet is known worldwide for developing lightweight, durable, reliable parts that enhance vehicle performance, improve fuel efficiency and increase payload capacity for the heavy-duty truck and trailer industry. Their unique benefit profile of lowering operating costs, reducing vehicle downtime and heightening productivity has made them a favorite of OEM design engineers and fleet executives.

Some of the products in the ConMet line include hub assemblies, brake drums, die cast aluminum components and injected molded plastic components. 

To learn more, visit www.conmet.com.

 

Means Industries

Pioneering Propulsion

Means Industries, known for rigorous design and collaboration, continues to bring transformational propulsion-system technologies into the auto industry. Means leverages its unique process and product design capabilities to produce award winning innovations that improve fuel economy and reduce mass.

Some examples of Means’ technology include the Controllable Mechanical Diode (CMD) Selectable One Way Clutch, Advanced Metal-Forming and Joining Capabilities, and our emerging Dynamic Clutch Technologies that are designed to enable efficient Propulsion Electrification.

To learn more, visit www.meansindustries.com.