DENSO Manufacturing Michigan, Inc. (DMMI) in Battle Creek is the lead production facility for DENSO’s Thermal Systems North American Center (TAC), focusing on the manufacture of automotive air conditioning and engine cooling components and systems. The Battle Creek campus comprises more than 1,380,000 square feet of manufacturing, warehouse and administrative floor space in 6 buildings on over 100 acres of land, and is the largest facility in Fort Custer Industrial Park.
DMMI also has 100 percent ownership of two additional facilities: DENSO Manufacturing Michigan — Alabama Plant is a 103,000 square-foot facility located in Montgomery, Alabama, which provides warehousing, shipping and light assembly of automotive thermal products for DENSO’s southern customers. DENSO Manufacturing Michigan Iowa Plant is a 36,000 square-foot facility located in Urbandale, Iowa. This facility assembles cooling modules for the agricultural and construction industries, and handles pass-through products, such as radiator assemblies and cooling modules for the construction, agriculture and electric power industries.
As lead facility for TAC, DMMI also provides management and other operational support for thermal plants in Arkansas, United States, as well as Ontario, Canada and Guanajuato, Mexico.
Production of automotive air conditioning and engine cooling components and systems, including condensers, radiators, CRFMs (condenser, radiator, fan modules), heater cores, evaporators and HVAC units.
– Steve Milam, CEO of TAC
– Andris Staltmanis, President
– Naohisa Kuriyama, senior vice president product design engineering
– Hisashi Yanese, senior vice president, corporate planning, business planning and finance
100 percent DENSO International America, Inc.
1,380,000 square feet of manufacturing, warehouse and administrative floor space on more than 100 acres of land. The campus also includes a 36,000 square-foot quality laboratory with training facilities, a 5,500 square-foot recreation center, and an on-site employee pharmacy.