Inteva acquires ArvinMeritor's Body Systems business

  • 06-Jan-2011 03:28 EST
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Inteva has acquired ArvinMeritor's Body Systems business, expanding Inteva's product expertise to include roof systems. Shown is ArvinMeritor's spoiler plus LFI roof module.

Inteva Products LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Renco Group Inc., has acquired ArvinMeritor's Body Systems business with manufacturing and engineering facilities worldwide. With the acquisition, Inteva strengthens its position as a global supplier of door systems and access control systems while expanding its product expertise to include roof systems, motors, and electronics. "Inteva has taken a major step forward in aligning our global capabilities to support the needs of our customers," said Lon Offenbacher, Inteva's President and CEO. "The Body Systems team brings a great heritage of demonstrated capabilities, a wealth of experience in advanced technology with a diverse customer base." Inteva now has a global workforce of 8000 employees at 43 locations in 18 countries. The company has engineering and technical centers on four continents supporting global customers with full service design, development, integration, prototype, testing, and validation capabilities.

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