Byline: Don Shilling
Jul. 25--WARREN, Ohio--Delphi Packard Electric Systems is grappling with a decision that hits every homeowner and business owner -- replace or repair?
Decisions to replace cost the company millions of dollars. Packard has had to spend the money, however, to be able to efficiently produce the near-flawless quality that customers are demanding, said John Sefcik, director of manufacturing for U.S. operations.
In the last few years, Packard has committed $100 million to replace plastic injection molding machines in the Mahoning Valley after deciding the old machines just won't cut it anymore. It is also spending millions to upgrade other parts of …