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June 14, 1996
Rockwell Automotive, a unit of Rockwell International Corp., has formed a venture with Suspensions Inc. in Ohio to make air suspension products for trucks and trailers. Rockwell Automotive, which is based in Troy, Mich., said that the new venture, called Rockwell Heavy Vehicle Suspension Systems Inc., expects to market its first products within a year. Ervin VanDenberg, previously Suspensions Inc.'s president, will be president of the new company in Canal Fulton, Ohio, and a member of its board.
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BUSINESS
June 15, 1997
Larry D. Yost has been named chairman and chief executive of Rockwell Automotive in Michigan when that business is spun off from Seal Beach-based Rockwell International Corp. That move is expected by the end of September. Yost is currently president of Rockwell Automotive. The board will also consist of Joseph B. Anderson Jr., chairman and chief executive of auto components supplier Chivas Products Ltd.; Donald R. Beall, Rockwell's chairman and chief executive; John J.
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BUSINESS
June 14, 1996
Rockwell Automotive, a unit of Rockwell International Corp., has formed a venture with Suspensions Inc. in Ohio to make air suspension products for trucks and trailers. Rockwell Automotive, which is based in Troy, Mich., said that the new venture, called Rockwell Heavy Vehicle Suspension Systems Inc., expects to market its first products within a year. Ervin VanDenberg, previously Suspensions Inc.'s president, will be president of the new company in Canal Fulton, Ohio, and a member of its board.
BUSINESS
June 15, 1997
Larry D. Yost has been named chairman and chief executive of Rockwell Automotive in Michigan when that business is spun off from Seal Beach-based Rockwell International Corp. That move is expected by the end of September. Yost is currently president of Rockwell Automotive. The board will also consist of Joseph B. Anderson Jr., chairman and chief executive of auto components supplier Chivas Products Ltd.; Donald R. Beall, Rockwell's chairman and chief executive; John J.
BUSINESS
October 24, 1996
Rockwell International Corp. said it has acquired Autarky Auto Products, a leading supplier of car window control devices in India. Terms were not disclosed. Autarky, which has fewer than 100 employees, will become part of Rockwell Automotive Light Vehicle Systems, based in Troy, Mich.
BUSINESS
August 25, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rockwell to Build Auto Parts Plant in Mexico: The Seal Beach-based company said it will build a 63,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Queretaro to supply door and roof components to Mexico's booming automotive industry. Rockwell currently exports the parts from North America to Chrysler and Volkswagen assembly plants in Mexico. The new plant will employ about 150 people.
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July 10, 1996 | From Reuters
Forget the map on vacation. Let the computer talk you there. Hertz Corp. said Tuesday that it will install at least 7,500 Rockwell Automotive talking computers that will direct drivers to their destinations. The deal, worth an estimated $23 million, will make Rockwell's NeverLost navigators a common feature in Hertz rental cars in 16 cities, allowing customers to reserve them for an extra $6 a day in mid-size to luxury cars.
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