DEP And Autoline Industries USA Announces Grand Opening of Global Headquarters


TROY — DEP (Detroit Engineered Products) & Autoline Industries USA today announced the grand opening of their new corporate world headquarters at 850 East Long Lake Road in Troy. As a result of several new large global original equipment manufacturer (OEM) contracts, DEP and Autoline tripled the size of their previous office space. The newly renovated headquarters houses engineering sales, program management and purchasing, and provides space to grow their engineering staff. 

DEP & Autoline Industries USA are hosting an open house from 5 to 7 p.m Oct. 4.  Sri Bramadesam, president of Autoline and Radha Krishnan, president of DEP will be on-site to greet customers and local dignitaries. They have invested nearly $2.5 million dollars into their new corporate world headquarters. 

“With the opening of our new corporate world headquarters here in Troy, DEP & Autoline are solidifying our commitment to the manufacturing industry in Michigan,” said Sri Bramadesam, president of Autoline Industries USA.  “We continue to look for further opportunities to invest in the resurgence of American manufacturing and grow our footprint in the US.” 

Autoline is a global automotive tier one supplier of stamped and welded mechanical assemblies. Their product line consists of pedal assemblies, door hinges, door strikers, spare tire winches, parking brake systems, hood latches and jacks. 

DEP provides innovative engineering software and product design solutions to global automotive OEMs and tier one suppliers. Its MESHWORKS suite of software allows customers to rapidly morph existing CAE and CAD models to new design requirements in a fraction of the time, compared to conventional methods. The MESHWORKS parametric CAE technology has been able to support customers by optimizing designs to save product weight and cost, while meeting all performance targets. 

DEP’s consulting services organization has divisions for full vehicle engineering, powertrain engineering, chassis engineering and computational fluid dynamics (CFD). The on-site engineering support group provides trained and experienced engineers with varied skill sets to customers. DEP conducts routine training programs for engineering graduates and displaced engineers. 

“With this significant expansion in Michigan, DEP is strengthening its commitment to providing innovative product design and engineering solutions to our customers and also providing a harmonious work environment to our dedicated staff,” said Radha Krishnan, president of DEP.  “We have added 70 jobs in the past two years alone in Michigan and strongly believe that we will continue to strengthen it further in the years to come.” 

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