More than 4,000 GM dealerships will be eligible to purchase vehicle-inspection equipment to use in their service lanes.
The next-generation vehicle network will enable a new era of connected services for millions of GM vehicles.
DuPont was one of only five companies in that category to be selected for this coveted award in 2020.
This is the fifth time Brake Parts Inc has received the award.
This is the fourth consecutive year that a Tenneco business group has been honored and the second consecutive award for Tenneco’s Powertrain business group.
The company was recognized for its driveline technologies and sealing solutions.
Cooper Standard was also honored with the Overdrive award.
First introduced in August 2018, the General Motors Collision Repair Network was designed to help promote customer safety, customer satisfaction and strong results for dealers and independent collision repair facilities.
NTN began the mass production of the halfshafts in the summer of 2020.
General Motors Customer Care and Aftersales says the initiative incorporates a clear global market position.
Since 2009, GM has invested more than $3.3 billion in Ohio.