FRANKFURT – Dana Corp. opens a fifth fuel-cell components technical research center, this time in Rugby, the U.K., in a gamble the company can play a more important role in future powertrains than it is today. "In an automotive engine, we have maybe $150 to $200 of content when you look at our cylinder-head gaskets, our engine bearings, cylinder liners, etc.," says Charles Heine, Dana’s president-technology development and diversified products, on hand to announce the new ...
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