Among Dana’s featured products at AAPEX are Dana and Spicer aftermarket parts, designed for Ford and Jeep.
Dana has added the Ultimate Dana 60 rear semi-float axle and 44 AdvanTEK front-drive unit for the Ford Bronco SUV.
The crate axles feature Dana-engineered Dana 80 housing and a full-float design.
The three-step process lets customers quickly find and order new Spicer parts to fit most off-road vehicles.
Dana was represented at the event by five Dana-customized Jeep vehicles on display, as well as other vehicles and signage.
The webinar will explain how the EZ-ID digital tool can help customers find the correct parts for driveshaft assemblies.
Mooney was part of a panel discussion titled, “Solving the B2B Digital Puzzle with the Marketplace Model.”
Company expands electrification portfolio for medium-duty applications.
The company reports sales of $2.64 billion, an increase of $164 million or 7 percent over last year.
Presented by Epicor, the award recognizes innovation and collaboration between suppliers and channel partners.
Dana was one of only two Tier One mobility suppliers among 600 companies identified in the rankings.
This is the sixth consecutive year Dana has received the accolade.