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TI Automotive Moves Global Corporate Offices To New Location In Auburn Hills, Mich

The new 140,000 square-foot building is located at 2020 Taylor Road in the Fieldstone Industrial Complex. The facility features three floors of office space, dining facilities, collaboration areas as well as a spacious lobby to display our industry leading products, technology and rich heritage.  TI Automotive’s previous corporate offices were located off of Opdyke Road in Auburn Hills, Mich.

“The company has grown significantly during the past six years and this is much more than just a move to a new location,” said Bill Kozyra, chairman, CEO and president, TI Automotive. “This is a significant step for TI Automotive that builds on our strong developments over the past years and will facilitate our progress towards the next successful chapter of our company’s history.”

The move enables TI Automotive to combine more than 300 of its executive, corporate and divisional personnel which had been based in facilities in Auburn Hills and other locations. The company will continue to operate its Technical Center, located on Centre Road, also located in Auburn Hills, with a team of engineering, development and testing personnel.

“The new building features several amenities for the employees and supports an environment of collaboration and teamwork, it also enables us to better utilize our Technical Center just down the road,” Kozyra said.

TI Automotive traces its longtime Detroit area roots back to 1922, when it was founded as the Bundy Tubing Company to produce fuel lines for the Ford Model-T.

About TI Automotive

Fluid thinking(TM) shapes the mindset of TI Automotive. Global automotive manufacturers turn to TI Automotive to develop and produce industry-leading automotive fluid systems technology. Approximately two-thirds of the world’s vehicles contain technology from TI Automotive. With 25,000 employees at more than 125 locations in 29 countries, our strength lies in our ability to creatively meet and exceed the increasing fuel economy and emissions regulations of tomorrow’s auto industry.



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