Metaldyne Corp

Mayer, Kathy
March 2004
Indiana Business Magazine;Mar2004, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p51
Reports that Plymouth, Michigan-based Metaldyne Corp.'s year-end deal giving it full ownership of New Castle Machining and Forge, boosts its holdings to more than 50 facilities in 11 countries and its annual revenues to more than $2 billion. Plans for the former DaimlerChrysler facility in Henry County, Indiana; Lower wages; Upsides of the new ownership; Contract with Ford Motor Co.


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