DETROIT – It was nearly four years ago at the 2000 Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress that Dana Corp. announced its Drive-Tek joint venture with competitor GKN plc to supply components and systems for the burgeoning all-wheel-drive market. That partnership failed a year ago, and today Dana has a new partner for AWD and a decidedly more upbeat outlook, convinced that the new venture will succeed where Drive-Tek failed. Dana and Getrag will control Koping, Sweden, ...
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