Dana welcomes new director

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KALAMAZOO, Mich. – Dana Corporation today announced the promotion of Steve Slesinski to director of product planning for the Commercial Vehicle Systems Division.

Slesinski will be responsible for directing, developing, and deploying innovative product growth strategies in the development of components and systems that meet and exceed market expectations.

In this new assignment, Slesinski will report directly to Frank Sheehan, vice president of sales, marketing and product planning, Commercial Vehicle Systems.

During Slesinski’s 25-year Dana career, he has progressed through numerous positions with increasing levels of responsibility. In his most recent position of senior product and program manager, he has been key to Dana’s successful recent launches of drive axles and wheel-end product lines.

Dana’s Commercial Vehicle Systems Division designs, manufactures, and markets front-steer, rear-drive, trailer, and auxiliary axles; driveshafts; steering shafts; brakes; suspensions; and related systems, modules, and services for the commercial vehicle market. Major components and modules are marketed under the Spicer brand name.

Dana Corporation employs approximately 60,000 people worldwide. Founded in 1904 and based in Toledo, Ohio, Dana operates hundreds of technology, manufacturing, and customer service facilities in 30 countries. The company reported 2002 sales of $9.5 billion.

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