Dana Corp. will sell its light-duty cylinder liner business to Camisa S.A. de C.V., a subsidiary of Grupo Condumex S.A. de C.V. Promotora de Industrias Mecanicas S.A. de C.V., keeping with its plan to divest non-core assets. Plants to be closed include Dana’s Perfect Circle liner machining facilities in Richmond, IN, and Hastings, NE. Its liner casting and machining activities at its Muskegon, MI, and Richmond foundry operations also will cease. Hastings’ manufacturing assets will be ...
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