DETROIT – Dana Corp. has retained a crucial piece of business – the full-perimeter frame for the next-generation Toyota Tundra fullsize pickup to be assembled in Princeton, IN. From its plant 73 miles (117 km) away in Owensboro, KY, Dana ships frames to Princeton for Toyota Motor Corp.'s current-generation Tundra and Sequoia SUV. Dana produces Toyota Tundra frames at its plant in Owensboro, KY. But the Toledo, OH, supplier lost the opportunity to ship frames for the next-generation ...

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