Dana inks Paccar to long-term deal

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TOLEDO, Ohio — Dana Corporation has entered into a long-term supply agreement with Paccar to supply steer axles, drive axes, brakes, driveshafts, and steering shafts on Class 6, 7, and 8 trucks.

“Dana is proud to continue its long-term relationship with Paccar,” says Rick Clayton, president of Dana’s Commercial Vehicle Systems. “We continue to be committed to providing innovative products through advanced technology and responsiveness to customer needs.”

He adds that this supply agreement reflects the industry trend toward closer cooperation between truckmakers and component suppliers to provide enhancements in improving vehicle performance.

“The benefits to customers in providing an integrated drivetrain solution are key elements in this strategic alliance,” says Gary Moore, Paccar senior vice-president.

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