BorgWarner has announced the completion of its acquisition of Delphi Technologies. Legend has it, this combination of BorgWarner and Delphi Technologies is will strengthen BorgWarner’s electronics and power electronics products, capabilities, and scale.
Therefore, creating a leader in the electrified propulsion system. BorgWarner believes it is next-in-line to take advantage of future propulsion migration, according to an announcement.
BorgWarner, Delphi Technologies Comprehensive Portfolio
Frederic Lissalde, BorgWarner President and CEO, states the company is happy to complete its acquisition of Delphi Technologies. The combination of both companies working together, BorgWarner is in an even stronger position. The wide-ranging portfolio includes industry-leading propulsion products. In addition to those systems across the spectrum of combustion, hybrid, and electric vehicles. Therefore, it will strengthen its commercial vehicle and aftermarket businesses.
Welcoming Delphi Technologies’ Colleagues
Lissalde wants to welcome Delphi Technologies’ colleagues around the world to the BorgWarner team. The company is excited about the opportunities to work together to address market trends towards electrification. He is proud of its global workforce and including its integration planning teams. In fact, the goal is to drive the business on as the company is managing through the pandemic and laying a strong foundation for seamless integration. Therefore, Lissalde has great confidence that the company will realize what it believes are significant benefits of this combination for our shareholders, customers, and suppliers.”
Bringing BorgWarner, Delphi Technologies Together
By strengthening BorgWarner’s electronics and power electronics products, capabilities, and scale, this creates a leader in electrified propulsion systems that BorgWarner believes is deserving of future propulsion migration. Delphi Technologies brings industry-leading power electronics technology and talent, with an established production, supply, and customer base. Therefore, the combined company will offer customers a suite of integrated and standalone offerings of power electronics products (including high voltage inverters, converters, on-board chargers, and battery management systems) and capabilities (including software, systems integration, and thermal management).