Dana breaks ground on China tech center

  • 13-May-2011 10:16 EDT
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The 130,000-ft2 (12,000-m2) facility will employ about 200.

Dana broke ground May 10 for its 14th global technical center. It will be located in Wuxi, Jiangsu province, west of Shanghai. The staff there will work on advanced product and applications engineering through research, design, development, and testing of light-duty axles and driveshafts; sealing and thermal products, including electric-vehicle battery coolers; off-highway axles, driveshafts, and transmissions; and commercial vehicle driveshafts. The center—a 130,000-ft² (12,000-m²) facility to employ 200—is expected to be fully operational by the end of 2011.

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