Federal-Mogul Corporation : Federal-Mogul Announces Sale of its Connecting Rod and Camshaft Business Comprised of Two

Federal-Mogul Corporation : Federal-Mogul Announces Sale of its Connecting Rod
and Camshaft Business Comprised of Two Manufacturing Plants in Canada and the

July 1, 2013...Southfield, Michigan  - Federal-Mogul Corporation's  Powertrain 
Segment (NASDAQ:  FDML)  today announced  that  it has  entered  a  definitive 
agreement to  sell its  connecting  rod and  camshaft  business to  JD  Norman 
Industries, Inc. with an effective date  of June 28, 2013. The sale  involves 
Federal Mogul's  sole  connecting rod  machining  plant, located  in  Windsor, 
Canada and only camshaft foundry, located in Lydney, United Kingdom. As  part 
of the agreement JD Norman Industries will continue to employ  Federal-Mogul's 
current 230 associates working in these two facilities.

"The Windsor and  Lydney plants are  respected for their  experience and  high 
quality  operations  by  their  customers,  including  General  Motors,  Ford, 
Chrysler, Linamar, Jaguar, Land Rover, PSA and others, however the  connecting 
rod and camshaft business is not core to Federal-Mogul Powertrain's  long-term 
portfolio strategy," said  Rainer Jueckstock, Federal  Mogul's co-CEO and  CEO 
Federal-Mogul Powertrain.  "These plants  will  benefit from  the  industrial 
experience, business strategy and  respected relationships with key  customers 
offered by the JD Norman management team. We will work with them to ensure  a 
smooth transition for customers, employees and other stakeholders."

About Federal-Mogul

Federal-Mogul Corporation  (NASDAQ:  FDML) is  a  leading global  supplier  of 
products and services to the  world's manufacturers and servicers of  vehicles 
and equipment  in the  automotive, light,  medium and  heavy-duty  commercial, 
marine,  rail,  aerospace,  power  generation  and  industrial  markets.   The 
company's  products  and  services  enable  improved  fuel  economy,   reduced 
emissions and enhanced vehicle safety.

Federal-Mogul operates two  independent business segments,  each with a  chief 
executive  officer   reporting   to  Federal-Mogul's   Board   of   Directors. 
Federal-Mogul's Powertrain Segment designs and manufactures original equipment
powertrain  components  and  systems   protection  products  for   automotive, 
heavy-duty, industrial  and  transport applications.  Federal-Mogul's  Vehicle 
Component Solutions  Segment  sells  and  distributes  a  broad  portfolio  of 
products through more  than 20 of  the world's most  recognized brands in  the 
global vehicle  aftermarket, while  also  serving original  equipment  vehicle 
manufacturers with  products  including  braking, chassis,  wipers  and  other 
vehicle components.
Federal-Mogul was  founded in  Detroit  in 1899.  The company  employs  45,000 
people   in    34   countries.    For   more    information,   please    visit 

About JD Norman Industries

JD Norman Industries, Inc. is a diversified manufacturer of metal components
and systems with operations in the United States, Mexico, Canada and the
United Kingdom. JD Norman is a leader in the manufacturing of highly
engineered product included formed, machined and cast metals. The company
serves major original equipment manufacturers of automotive, industrial and
transportation products. For more information about the company, visit

Forward-Looking Statements
Statements contained in  this press  release, which are  not historical  fact, 
constitute "Forward-Looking Statements." Actual results may differ  materially 
due to numerous important factors  that are described in Federal-Mogul's  most 
recent report to the SEC on Form 10-K, which may be revised or supplemented in
subsequent reports to the  SEC on Forms 10-Q  and 8-K. Such factors  include, 
among  others,  fluctuations  in  domestic  or  foreign  vehicle   production, 
fluctuations in the demand for vehicles containing our products, the Company's
ability to generate cost  savings or manufacturing  efficiencies to offset  or 
exceed contractually  or  competitively  required price  reductions  or  price 
reductions to obtain new business, conditions in the automotive industry,  the 
success of the  company's segmentation and  corresponding effects and  general 
global and  regional economic  conditions. Federal-Mogul  does not  intend  or 
assume any obligation to update any forward-looking statements.



For JD Norman:
Carol Bouma


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