TOLEDO (March 1)—Dana Corp. said it will close a plant in Kendallville, Ind., in June, cutting 148 jobs and moving the work and equipment to plants in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, and Archbold, Ohio. The Indiana site, which will be sold following the move, primarily produces fuel lines for General Motors Corp. and fuel senders for Ford Motor Co. Dana did not release expected cost-savings from the consolidation.
Dana to close fuel line components plant and move work
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