EXCLUSIVE: COLOMBIA: Dana invests $US600,000 in GM subassembly outsourcing project
Despite economical, political and social crises in Colombia, Dana Corporation has recently invested $US600,000 dollars in its local unit, writes Juan Carlos Vargas. The American car components supplier has had a presence in Colombia for 25 years through a company called Transejes, whose factory in Bucaramanga, 450 kilometres (320 miles) from Bogota, supplies Spicer axles, CV joints and differentials to local assemblers.
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