Dana to Supply BMW Differentials

September 2008
Assembly;Sep2008, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p15
The article reports that Dana Holding Corp. has won the contract to manufacture front differential assemblies for the X6 Sports Activity Coupe of BMW AG at its plant in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Dana chief executive officer (CEO) Gary Convis says that the contract reflects the commitment of the company to quality and its ability to deliver on the highest expectations. It also manufactures front and rear differentials for the BMW X5 and BMW X3 cars.


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