Rochester Operations

Revised:2016-06-22

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Location:

1000 Lexington Avenue
Rochester, New York. 14606 United States

Year Opened:

1939

Facility Size:

1.78 million sq. ft. on 97 acres


Employee Information

Hourly:

866

Salaried:

195

Total (as of Jan, 2014):

1,061

Union Local:

UAW Local # 1097
 


Facility Details

  • Class 100,000 Clean Room
  • Injection Molding
  • Screw Machine operations
  • Precision Grinding
  • Precision Laser Welding
  • High Volume Assembly
  • Solar Array

Products & Vehicle Applications

  • Products:
    Automotive Components including integrated air fuel modules, fuel rails, EGR valves, lifter oil manifold assemblies, evaporative canisters and fuel injectors.
     

Vehicle Applications:

  • Chevrolet Camaro, Impala, Tahoe, Suburban and the 2014 NAIAS Car & Truck of the year award winners, the Chevrolet Silverado and Corvette
  • Cadillac Escalade, CTS, ESV
  • GMC Sierra, Yukon, Yukon XL
  • Harley Davidson Big Twin Manifold
  • John Deere commercial products
  • Duramax Airhorns
  • GEN IV Passenger Car Manifold
  • Chevrolet SS

Recent Investments

  • 2006 - Consolidated Injector manufacturing processes into the facility
  • 2011 - Investment of $110M for new product lines
  • 2013 - Investment of $40 million for new product expansion
  • 2016 - $1M installation of 466Kw Solar Array

Recent Awards & Certifications

 

  • ISO -14001 Certified
  • QS – 16949 Certified
  • 2009 – NY Water Environment Assn. Gold Award for Environmental Performance
  • 2013 – Landfill Free Certified

 

GM State Economic Impact & Historical Information

  • State Wages: $241,112,550.55
  • Income Tax: $13,370,640.80

Historical Information

The Rochester Components plant has been building automotive components for over 75 years.  It is the original home of the Rochester Products Division of General Motors and is well known for manufacturing the Rochester Carburetor. In 2009 the site became part of General Motors Components Holdings LLC and uses the most advanced technology to build world class fuel injection systems for world class engines.

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