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Dana Makes Enhancements As Eaton Partnership Ends

June 26, 2012

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Dana Holding Corp. is working to strengthen its North American field sales and service organization, a result of ending its partnership with Eaton Corp. as of July 1.


Dana and Eaton jointly announced in December 2011 that the marketing relationship between the two companies would end by the middle of 2012.

In the coming weeks, Dana will increase touch points with customers through localized inventory to support down trucks, new training resources, a dedicated call center, a user-friendly website and other enhanced customer interfaces.

"Dana has been delivering innovative driveline technologies and superior customer support to the commercial vehicle market for more than a century," says Mark Wallace, president of On-Highway Driveline Technologies at Dana. "We've made a significant investment to strengthen our capabilities and deploy a dedicated, experienced team equipped with the tools to quickly and effectively maximize customer productivity and put more pay in their loads."

Related:

www.truckinginfo.com/news/news-detail.asp?news_id=75470.

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