Company Overview of Dana Holding Corporation
Dana Holding Corporation manufactures and sells driveline, sealing, and thermal-management products for vehicle manufacturers in North America, Europe, South America, and the Asia Pacific. The company operates in four segments: Light Vehicle Driveline Technologies, Commercial Vehicle Driveline Technologies, Off-Highway Driveline Technologies, and Power Technologies. The Light Vehicle Driveline Technologies segment offers front axles, rear axles, driveshafts, differentials, torque couplings, and modular assemblies for use in light trucks, sport utility vehicles, crossover utility vehicles, vans, and passenger cars. The Commercial Vehicle Driveline Technologies segment provides Steer and drive...
3939 Technology Drive
Maumee, OH 43537
Founded in 1904
Key Executives for Dana Holding Corporation
Chief Executive Officer, President, Director and Member of Strategy Board
Total Annual Compensation: $1.0M
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President and Member of Strategy Board
Total Annual Compensation: $615.0K
Executive Vice President of Dana, Member of Strategy Board and Group President - On-Highway Driveline Technologies
Total Annual Compensation: $565.0K
Member of Strategy Board and President of Off-Highway Technologies
Total Annual Compensation: $460.0K
Chief Administrative Officer and Member of Strategy Board
Total Annual Compensation: $475.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Dana Holding Corporation Key Developments
Dana Holding Showcases Advanced Tire Pressure System Technology, Proven Driveline Solutions at FDIC 2015
Apr 20 15
Dana Holding Corporation will feature robust Spicer driveline solutions for fire and rescue vehicles, as well as new tire pressure system technology that improves safety and reliability while helping to maintain compliance with National Fire Protection Association standards. Currently undergoing road trials, Dana's system is engineered to automatically maintain proper inflation for both drive and steer axles. It is the only solution to offer an inflate system for every tire on fire and rescue vehicles, and it will feature the unique ability to deflate tires, as well. Properly inflated tires improve handling and minimize rollover potential, and Dana's technology eliminates the need for emergency personnel to manually check each tire with an air pressure gauge. The first internal axle system of its kind for powered, severe-duty vehicles, Dana's solution uses patent-pending sealing technology integrated with the vehicle's axles. It automatically initiates periodic system and pressure checks while driving, inflating tires to the optimum pressure. A closed design isolates the tires, preventing a hose failure or tire puncture from affecting the other tires. Dana's tire optimization technology has been proven in the field on thousands of military vehicles worldwide over the past two decades, including the Oshkosh family of medium tactical vehicles (FMTV), the Textron M1117 armored security vehicle, the International MaxxPro mine-resistant ambush protected (MRAP) vehicle, and all three vehicle designs that have entered the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase for the Army and Marine Corps Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) program.
Dana Introduces New Products for Trucks at the Mid-America Trucking Show
Mar 30 15
Dana has introduced new products for trucks at the Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS) held in Kentucky, United States, including the new Spicer® AdvanTEK® Dual Range Disconnect(TM) for tandem axles in Class 8 linehaul applications. The new technology combines traction and dependability of a 6x4 configuration with the reduced drivetrain losses and improved fuel economy of a 6x2 configuration. At startup, on grades, at low speeds, during reversing, or where additional traction is needed, the technology allows the tandem axle to operate as a 6x4 with a traditional starting ratio that delivers the optimal tractive effort needed. Fuel-economy improvements are through reduction of drivetrain losses in the inter-axle power divider, inter-axle shaft, and rear drive axle gearing. Net engine efficiency is enhanced by better complementing engine torque curves and lower overall powertrain system weight. It enables the use of fewer transmission gears and avoids the need for larger engine mounts and frame rails while improving launchability, gradeability, driveability, and low-speed manoeuvrability. Other introductions include single-reduction drive axles for North American commercial vehicles, available in 2016 for 6x2 and 6x4 axle configurations; a Spicer AdvanTEK 40 Tandem Axle with the fast axle ratio and lower weight; Spicer Life Series Main Driveshaft and Inter-Axle Shaft, which withstands increased stress on drivelines of high-efficiency on-highway trucks; a 6x2 tandem axle that weighs up to 400 pounds less than a traditional 40,000-pound 6x4 arrangement; and axles for GVW 10,000 to 14,600 pound vehicles; and axles for GVW 10,000 to 13,200 pounds and available the first half of 2015.
Dana Holding Corporation Introduces New Family of Single-Reduction Drive Axles in North America
Mar 30 15
Dana Holding Corporation has introduced a new family of single-reduction drive axles for North American commercial vehicles. The axles leverages Dana's AdvanTEK technology. Engineered for 6x2 and 4x2 axle configurations, these axles are lighter weight than competing axles on the market and feature a wide selection of ratios from 2.05:1 to 7.17:1, including fast, direct-drive ratios that support engine downspeeding. Available in 2016, Dana's new family of single-reduction drive axles are targeted for Class 7 and Class 8 applications with a 21,000 to 26,000 lb. gross axle weight rating and an 80,000 to 100,000 lb. gross vehicle weight rating.
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