Dana Corp. says new structural product business with several automakers will net it nearly $570 million in annual sales. The global business agreements, spanning five to eight years, support the production of a variety of platforms in many new geographic regions, Dana says. Production is scheduled to begin in 2002 for model year '03 platforms. The structural products include components using such technologies as high-pressure hydroforming and tailor blanking. Meanwhile, Dana says it is ...
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