Ford Motor Co. and Linamar Corp. sign a definitive agreement for the sale of the auto maker’s Automotive Components Holdings LLC power-transfer-unit business and Converca I plant in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. The sale is expected to be completed Sept. 1, Ford says. ACH is composed of 12 unwanted manufacturing plants, including two in Mexico, and other facilities that Ford acquired from former parts subsidiary Visteon Corp. The sale will be the second for ACH this year. The first transaction, ...

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