Venture's goal is 1-stop drivetrain shop

Robinson, Aaron
March 2000
Automotive News;3/13/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5865, p46J
Trade Publication
Discloses the goal of Drive Tek, a joint venture of Dana Corp. and GKN Automotive, to provide automakers with one-stop drivetrain shopping. Production plans focused on drivetrain system development and integration business; Goal of bundling system engineering and program management services with the core axle, driveshaft, half-shaft and torque-management companies of Dana and GKN.


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