CANBERRA – Automotive parts supplier Ion Ltd. says it will supply the rear-differential axle for the next-generation Holden Commodore due in 2006. Ion won the A$70 million ($49 million) per year contract in partnership with Germany's ZF Friedrichshafen AG. The partners beat out Dana Corp., which currently supplies the rear differentials for both the Commodore and the Ford Falcon. Barry Clark, CEO for Ion's automotive group, says the company needed a strong technology partner to ...
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