Dana to supply GM

TOLEDO, Ohio - General Motors has chosen Dana Corp. of Toledo, Ohio, to supply driveshafts and U-joints for the Chevrolet Colorado pickup, which will replace the S10.

Dana will supply GM with frames for that vehicle. The supplier expects the frame and torque management business to be worth almost $600 million throughout the life of the contract.

Dana will make the frames at its new plant in Longview, Texas. The supplier has not determined where it will produce the driveshafts.



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