MARYSVILLE, MI – ZF Friedrichschafen AG will supply the “majority” of axles for Chrysler LLC’s next generation of vehicles, the embattled auto maker’s vice chairman and president says. Current Chrysler vendors Dana Corp. and American Axle Mfg. & Holdings Inc. will supply “specialty” products, but ZF will get the lion’s share of the auto maker’s near-term business, Tom LaSorda says during an event to unveil details of a Chrysler-ZF partnership. In early 2010, ZF will begin producing ...

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