If all goes as planned, Delphi Corp.’s $1.3 billion automotive interiors and closures business will be reborn March 1 as Inteva Products LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Renco Group Inc., a private holding company, Delphi sources say. Inteva will be headed by Lon Offenbacher, currently the business line executive in charge of Delphi Interiors and Closures The business unit includes products such as instrument panels, consoles, cockpits, door modules and latch systems. It employs about ...

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