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Tenneco to buy Delphi's ride control assets

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Tenneco Inc. has finalized a deal with Delphi Automotive Systems LLC to acquire certain ride control assets and inventory at Delphi's Kettering, Ohio, site.

Tenneco has agreed to pay $10 million for Delphi's ride control components inventory, plus $9 million for certain machinery and equipment.

Tenneco also will lease a portion of the Kettering facility from Delphi. In addition, the deal gives Tenneco excess manufacturing assets.

In related news, Tenneco has entered into "a long-term supply agreement with General Motors Corp. to continue supplying passenger car shock and strut business to General Motors from the Kettering facility," say Tenneco officials.

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