Roughly one-third of Dana Corp.’s $10 billion in sales comes from torque and traction products, such as axles and driveshafts. The segments are strategically crucial to Dana, yet surprisingly, there has been little integration between the two. But the supplier now is combining the two operations into one global unit, with a new $24 million headquarters to be built southwest of Toledo, OH, on 30 acres (12 ha) in Monclova Township. The new Torque and Traction Technologies Group headquarters ...

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