What Sets Us Apart

Cooper Standard is a leading global automotive supplier, offering solutions in sealing and trim systems, fuel and brake delivery systems, fluid transfer systems and anti-vibration systems. With a clear, profitable growth strategy and a strong commitment to investing in its employees, innovation and infrastructure, the company anticipates rapid growth in its key markets around the world by 2020.

Working as a partner to our customers, we’re committed to solving specific engineering challenges or developing customized systems that meet our customers’ exact specifications through:


Innovation is at the core of our culture and a key feature to our success. Cooper Standard is known for its technical expertise and industry knowledge, which has enabled us to become a world leader in the markets we serve. Learn more about our i3 innovation process

Vision, Mission and Values

Cooper Standard's vision is to drive for profitable growth and expand our leadership position in the global automotive industry by creating innovative solutions and long-term value for our stakeholders.

Global Business

Cooper Standard continues to thrive in today's evolving automotive market. Our products are consistently on the top-selling global platforms and we continue to expand our footprint as we win new business in the global automotive market.

Community Involvement

Involvement takes heart. Cooper Standard's community initiatives reach far beyond providing financial assistance and we’re dedicated to supporting the community by donating our time and expertise to special causes.

Cooper Standard and our employees truly embrace the importance of community involvement. We have created a special "Inspirations" program for middle school students. "Inspirations" is a set of eight fun hands-on workshops that are 2.5 hours each and are delivered once a month by Cooper Standard engineers and technical employees. It is designed to promote math and science with an emphasis on teamwork, understanding requirements and planning. The program utilizes exercises taught to adult engineers within the company’s Lean and Six Sigma training, but modified for middle school learners.

In 2008, Cooper Standard played a key role in the opening of Detroit's first free medical center for Detroit's homeless children and their mothers. In partnership with radio celebrity and author Mitch Albom, Cooper Standard helped raise the initial funds to open the clinic and still coordinates many fundraising activities throughout the year to help sustain the clinic.

The Cooper Standard Foundation was established April 1, 2013 to strengthen the communities in which Cooper Standard employees work and live.