Dana Holding Corp. has added distribution centers in China and Mexico to bolster its aftermarket network in those countries.
The Maumee-based company said Tuesday the locations are part of its strategy to improve global distribution. Dana now has 17 aftermarket distribution centers. The new ones will serve as hubs in their regions. The Toluca, Mexico, location opened last month, and the one in Jiangsu Province, China, is expected to be fully operational this month.
Dana, which posted revenues of $7.6 billion last year, is a major supplier of parts for both on-road and off-road vehicles.