RISSC is a joint venture between Rockwell and Mitsubishi Steel Manufacturing Company of Japan.
RISSC supplies one or more of these suspension systems products to virtually every automaker in North America.
Patrician noted that all three RISSC manufacturing facilities were upgraded.
In addition to the three manufacturing facilities, each one with its own prototype department and metallurgical/corrosion/fatigue testing capabilities, RISSC has access to and utilizes Rockwell's Automotive Technical Center in Troy, Mich.
By coordinating the development of suspension components with our customer, we are able to give the customer the best product at a competitive price," said Dennis DeVriese, RISSC vice president of sales and marketing.
Robert Graham, RISSC vice president of engineering, said Rockwell has been charged by Chrysler to perform all tooling and production processes for sampling and inspection of coil springs and stabilizer bars.
, a part of Rockwell's automotive business, is a joint venture of Rockwell International Corporation and Mitsubishi Steel Manufacturing Company of Japan, and supplies its suspension products to virtually every automaker in North America.
A 21-year employee of Rockwell, Weisbaum most recently was vice president - finance for RISSC
From RISSC, the Viper receives four complete coil spring and shock absorber assemblies for its four-corner, independent, high-performance suspension.
RISSC also provides front and rear stabilizer bar/link assemblies that incorporate lightweight tubular bars with friction welded ends to eliminate corrosion inside the bar.
RISSC also has begun supplying front and rear tubular stabilizer bar assemblies for Chrysler's new luxury sports car, the Viper.
Lamb also noted that RISSC has launched production of a new rear stabilizer bar assembly for 1992 Cadillac Seville and Eldorado models and the 1993 Cadillac Allante.