DENSO employees across North America show their support for each other, customers and local communities in many ways, both big and small. We understand we’re at our best when working as a team to make improvements, impress our customers and exceed expectations.
These Spotlights show how our teams are putting DENSO Spirit into action.
DENSO Co-op Spotlight: Jonathan Garcia
Each year, students from top engineering colleges and universities across the country - Stanford, Ohio State, and University of Michigan to name a few - join the DENSO Co-op program for the opportunity to take what they’ve learned in the classroom and put it to work.
Meet Jonathan Garcia, a senior at Cal Poly Pomona studying mechanical engineering.
DENSO Co-op Spotlight: Julianne Cinoman
Julianne Cinoman just completed DENSO’s Co-op program in Maryville, Tenn. She learned how to use several of the production machines on the plant floor, and was even able to run tests and make changes on them to continually improve the process (which she says was the best part!).
DENSO New Hire Spotlight: Louis Remynse
Welcome (back) to Louis Remynse! Louis began his internship with DENSO in May, returning for a second consecutive year for more opportunities to learn and grow.
DENSO New Hire Spotlight: Christine Quast
Since March, we’ve had a number of new faces join the DENSO family across North America. Because of the global pandemic, we have not always had the opportunity to meet and greet these talented individuals face-to-face. Over the coming weeks, we will spotlight some of our newest employees and hear directly from them what it was like to start a new job at DENSO during the coronavirus outbreak.
Sergio Pujols Helps DENSO Deliver Respirator Components in 25 Days
DENSO was able to help one of our customers deliver medical equipment components from concept to production in 25 days. Sergio Pujols, director of research and development at DENSO’s North American headquarters in Southfield, Michigan, and one of the project leaders, shares how we did it.
North American IT Team Completes Mission Impossible
DENSO’s North American IT (NAITS) team was in the middle of executing mission impossible: transitioning its North American infrastructure from Lotus Notes to Microsoft O365. No obstacle is too great for the NAITS team – even a global pandemic.
The Super Six: Radiator Service Crimp Team
Meet the Super Six! The radiator service crimp team at DENSO’s thermal manufacturing facility in Battle Creek, Mich., continued to deliver essential service parts even while the auto industry shutdown due to COVID-19.
Britt Autry: A Man on a Mission
As automakers slowed production of vehicles due to COVID-19, Britt Autry, vice president of manufacturing at DENSO’s Maryville, Tenn. operations, came together with other executives to chart a new course for their employees and plant operations.