Company Overview of Robert Bosch LLC
Robert Bosch LLC develops, manufactures, and sells technology and services products and services in North America. The company offers automotive electronics, including semiconductors and electronic control units for automotive and non-automotive applications; aftermarket parts, such as spare parts and retrofitting products; chassis systems control, including brake discs/actuate brakes, electronic brake control systems, sensors, electronics for protecting people, and driver assistance/networked systems; electrical drives, such as actuators, blower modules/drives, pumps/valves, components, front/rear wiper drives, wiper arms/blades, and motors; steering systems and starter motors for passenger...
38000 Hills Tech Drive
Farmington Hills, MI 48331
Founded in 1906
Key Executives for Robert Bosch LLC
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Controlling Finance & Administration
Chief Executive Officer of BSH Home Appliances Corporation and President of BSH Home Appliances Corporation
Chief Executive Officer of Bosch Rexroth Americas and Regional President of Bosch Rexroth Americas
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Robert Bosch LLC Key Developments
Robert Bosch LLC Delivers its Clean Diesel Technology to the 2015 Ram 1500
May 19 15
Robert Bosch LLC delivers its clean diesel technology to the 2015 Ram 1500, which includes a 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 equipped with a Bosch common-rail diesel fuel-injection system. The Bosch-made injectors can manage multiple highly accurate injections per combustion event. In addition, Bosch provides the system’s high-pressure pump, sensors, engine control unit and the vehicle’s emission control system. The 2015 Ram 1500 features Bosch technologies that assist with offering significant fuel efficiency and affordability. The Ram 1500 EcoDiesel is just one of many new clean diesel vehicles in the North American market.
Bosch Opens North American eBike Headquarters in Irvine, California
Jan 23 15
Following its entry into the U.S. eBike market in early 2014, Bosch has established a new headquarters office for Bosch eBike Systems in Southern California, expanding the business unit's global operations in the U.S. and Canada. Tim Frasier, president, Automotive Electronics, Robert Bosch LLC and company executives joined local customers, business partners and bicycle advocacy leaders on January 8th to publicly announce the opening of the 4,000 square-foot office located at 12 Mauchly, Unit E in Irvine. The new office will manage sales, marketing, advocacy, application and technical support, service, project management, and quality management.
Suraj Kamath Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Bosch and Robert Bosch L.L.C
Jul 31 14
The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California held that the plaintiff, who sued on behalf of himself and similarly situated non-U.S. citizens employed by the defendant, failed to state viable claims premised on the defendant's alleged wrongful retention of tax refund amounts through the withholding of performance pay. Suraj Kamath, a citizen of India, began working for Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Ltd. (Bosch) in India in 2005. In March 2009, Bosch transferred Kamath to the United States where he worked from March 2009 until May 2013. Kamath received state and federal tax refunds for each year he worked in the United States. On Dec. 21, 2012, Kamath received a letter from Bosch demanding that he repay to Bosch tax refund amounts totaling $45,102. Kamath refused to make the payment. Bosch required Kamath to return to India prior to the expiration of his visa and withheld $4,026.35 in performance pay. Kamath filed a class action lawsuit against Bosch and Robert Bosch L.L.C. (collectively, Bosch). Bosch moved to dismiss the complaint for failure to state a claim. The district court determined the conversion claim warranted dismissal. Kamath contended Bosch unlawfully took his tax refund amounts by withholding his performance pay as a set-off against those amounts. The district court rejected Kamath's set-off theory. The elements of a conversion claim under California law require that the allegedly converted property, and not some other property, be under the defendant's control.
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