DETROIT (AP) - Visteon Corp. on Wednesday reported a net loss of $67 million in the second quarter as it continued a multiyear restructuring plan and grappled with production cuts by North American automakers, including its largest customer, Ford.
The loss compared with net income of $50 million in the same quarter last year.
The Van Buren Township-based auto parts maker lost 52 cents per share for the April-June quarter, compared with a gain of 39 cents per share in the same period a year ago.
Ten analysts polled by Thomson Financial expected a loss of 51 cents per share.
This year's results included $13 million of non-cash asset impairments as the former Ford Motor Co. parts operation reached the midpoint of its three-year restructuring plan.
Visteon said last year's results included $22 million of non-cash asset impairments and a gain of $8 million associated with acquiring a lighting facility in Mexico. It also reported a $49 million benefit in last year's second quarter as Ford paid retirement benefits for salaried employees at two former Visteon plants transferred to the Dearborn automaker.
Its revenue was $2.97 billion, up from $2.96 billion a year earlier.
Visteon has facilities in 26 countries and employs about 45,000 people worldwide.