Dana to close another 10 plants, cut jobs, after losses
Nov 07, 2008 | 10:50 AM
| Martyn Chase
Dana Holding Corp., one of the country's largest auto parts makers, will close 10 more plants over the next two years and lay off 2,000 more workers than originally planned, following heavy losses in the third quarter.
Only one of the ten facilities being shuttered was identified A drive shaft plant in Magog, Quebec, which employs about 110 people. The company will determine in the coming months which other plants to close, executives said.....
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