DETROIT -- An increase in non-General Motors business helped Delphi Corp.'s bottom line in the second quarter.
Revenue rose because of increased sales to automakers in Asia and Europe and to makers of commercial vehicles in North America, says CFO Alan Dawes.
Delphi's second-quarter revenue rose 6 percent to $7.5 billion.
Net income was $131 million, up from $88 million in the year-ago period.
Delphi says it expects lower North American production levels in the third quarter.
The Troy, Mich., supplier projects a net loss of $10 million to $40 million.