The Delphi Rimir operation is a plant of Delphi Automotive Systems, the world’s largest and most diverse automotive supplier of components, modules, and integrated system. Delphi Rimir is dedicated to continually exceed customer expectations. Delphi Rimir, located in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, México, produces passenger/driver side airbags and covers.
Manufacturing processes include: cutting (laser and reciprocating); sewing (manual and automatic); precision folding; assembly; injection molding and painting.
In 1980, Delphi Rimir manufactured urethane automobile fascias using the reaction injection molding process. While GM was the main customer, front and rear fascias were also manufactured for the Toyota Corolla. In March 1995, Delphi Rimir was assigned the air bag product line. In 1996, airbag production began and fascia production ceased.