Rockwell Auto says sale of power units on track


BOSTON, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Diversified manufacturer Rockwell Automation Inc. remains on track to sell its $1 billion Dodge mechanical and Reliance Electric businesses by the end of the year, a company official said on Thursday. "There are one or two people who might be interested in it, they are both strategic and financial," said James Gelly, chief financial officer, in an investor presentation. "It's fair to say the interest is healthy." Milwaukee-based Rockwell in June said it would ...

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