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GHSP: From Metal Bending to Software

GHSP started as a metal stamping company nearly 100 years ago. Nows it's a leader in electronics software technology, notes sales chief Keith Mulder.

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GHSP started as a metal stamping company nearly 100 years ago. Since then the Grand Haven, Mich.-based company has transitioned to plastics in the 1980s and electronics in the 1990s.

Now, says Keith Mulder, vice president of sales, GHSP is heavily focused on software-driven electronic controls. He says the company is working with customers to apply its expertise in new ways as the auto industry undergoes its greatest transformation ever.

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