COLUMBIA CITY, Ind.—Dana Corp. will eliminate about 50 jobs at a coupling plant as it realigns production with demand. The automotive supplier did not say how much money it expects to save through the cuts, which should be completed by August and will be somewhat offset by the installation of other production, a corporate spokesman said. The rationalizations are part of Dana's previously announced plan to reduce its workforce by 15 percent or 11,000 people.
Dana to cut 50 coupling jobs
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