Delphi Technologies is to join the original equipment suppliers’ association, OESAA.

OESAA stand at a trade show

The group has had a changing number of members over the years since formation, but currently counts Schaeffler, Brembo, Bosch and around a dozen other OE brands among its membership.


“As a global leader of hybrid and electric propulsion technology, we know exactly how these systems function and, more importantly, how they can be diagnosed and repaired” said Julian Goulding from Delphi Technologies.  “We want to share this expertise with technicians, so that the aftermarket is positioned to prosper over the coming years. This is a goal being pursued by OESAA, and we believe that we can be stronger by working together.”

Delphi Technologies will exhibit at the OESAA-backed AutoInform show at the GTG Academy in November.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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  1. It does lead you to wonder just what they discuss when meeting? Thankfully there are also brands that offer great value for motorists, great quality too.