Eaton combines Automotive, Truck Groups

July 2009
Trailer / Body Builders;Jul2009, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p143
Trade Publication
The article announces the consolidation of the Automotive and Truck Groups of Eaton Corporation into one unit named the Vehicle Group which will report to the Industrial Sector. The consolidation is reportedly due to the synergy between the two businesses for their operation and global expansion. Also noted is the continued reporting of Eaton on financial records for six segments including Electrical Americas, Hydraulics and Aerospace.


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