Delphi Technologies to Ring Opening Bell® at the New York Stock Exchange on December 8
LONDON, December 7, 2017 – Delphi Technologies, (NYSE: DLPH), a leading provider of advanced vehicle propulsion solutions, will ring the Opening Bell® on December 8 to celebrate the company’s listing on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). The new company, a spinoff from Delphi Automotive, builds upon the strength of its heritage of providing advanced vehicle propulsion solutions through combustion systems, electrification products and software and controls for global automotive, commercial vehicle and aftermarket customers.
“On behalf of the entire Delphi Technologies team, it is an honor to be a part of this milestone event, which commemorates our position as a $4.5 billion independent company trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE),” said Liam Butterworth, CEO, Delphi Technologies.
The NYSE will stream the ringing of the Opening Bell® on its website: http://livestream.com/NYSE, which is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. ET. A video of the bell-ringing will also be archived on that same page after the livestream.
Delphi Technologies began trading on December 5, 2017 under the ticker symbol “DLPH.”
About Delphi Technologies
Delphi Technologies is a technology company whose people focus on solving emissions and fuel economy challenges for the world’s leading automotive original equipment manufacturers and provides leading aftermarket service solutions. Headquartered in London, U.K., Delphi Technologies operates technical centers, manufacturing sites and customer support services in 24 countries.
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