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Exclusive: New details in Tenneco’s major Kettering investment

Caleb Stephens
American City Business Journals
Exclusive: New details in Tenneco’s major Kettering investment

More details are emerging in Tenneco Inc.’s plans for its Kettering facility. As the DBJ first reported, the global automotive parts manufacturer is investing $61 million and plans to hire 300 new employees at the local operation.  The plant, which currently has 400 workers, will be transformed into a more prominent operation.  The site will become Tenneco’s single center of excellence for shock absorber assembly in north and central U.S. by 2020. In addition, the Kettering plant will become a center of excellence for critical components including valves and rods.