Tenneco Automotive plans to close its Monroe shock absorber plant in Corlu, Turkey, by year’s end. The move will idle 124 workers and is part of the company’s Project Genesis program announced last December to improve worldwide manufacturing efficiency. The Corlu plant closing is the last of eight facility shutdown announcements related to Project Genesis, Tenneco says. Tenneco says it still plans to service the Turkish market and will continue to supply products from other European ...

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