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Busche Performance Group Is Now Mobex Global

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Southfield, Mich.-based Busche Performance Group, one of the largest aluminum casting, machining, and fixture build suppliers in North America, has transformed itself into Mobex Global. 


The new name reflects a company that is the culmination of strategic initiatives, focused acquisitions and divestitures, as well as organization change to deliver an optimized partner company to OEs in the automotive, agriculture, construction and industrial markets. Innovation and speed-to-market characterize Mobex Global as it designs, engineers and produces innovative aluminum components to support current and developing global platforms, including EVs, autonomous and off-road vehicles.


“We recognized an emerging need for a company in our space that can pace the needs of the evolving mobility market with engineered, precision cast and machined components and assemblies,” said president and CEO Joseph Perkins. “We took a hard look, reorganized, optimized processes and enhanced capabilities – and built such a company. We’re nimble, innovative and capable of seamlessly and swiftly bringing the advanced product possibilities of new technologies to bear on our customers’ programs.”


Chris Charlton, chairman of the board, discusses the strategic move. “Our recently announced recapitalization by existing shareholders demonstrates the strong confidence that the board and shareholders have in the management team and company vision,” he said. “With more engineering and production capabilities worldwide, Mobex Global ranks among the few casting and precision machining suppliers with comprehensive vertically integrated, in-house services to deliver unmatched levels of reliability and responsiveness to support customer programs.”


The company has firmly established itself as a global design and manufacturing leader, supporting customers across North America, Europe and China. Mobex Global’s technical capabilities include 15,000 square feet of in-house testing labs, and vertically integrated processes -- from design through validation of advanced lightweight, safety-critical chassis, suspension, engine, and driveline components, as well as CNC fixture build.

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