Production cutbacks in the U.S. auto industry are being felt at major suppliers. Automotive News reports this week that Delphi has 'temporarily' laid off 4,300 staff while 6,000 Visteon workers have been sent home. Delphi, which makes chassis, steering systems, electrical systems and interior components, including most of General Motors' instrument clusters, told Automotive News that further temporary layoffs are expected. The company is monitoring its customers' production schedules to determine necessary cutbacks.