Tenneco will launch a publicly traded company called DRiV Inc., an “aftermarket and ride-performance company,” in the second half of 2019.
Tenneco has expanded its aftermarket ride control offering, making Monroe Quick-Strut premium replacement strut assemblies available for an additional 4.2 million vehicles registered throughout North America.
As of Oct. 1, Tenneco has completed its acquisition of Federal-Mogul LLC, a leading global supplier to original equipment manufacturers and the aftermarket.
Tenneco has added 24 part numbers, including 14 that offer exclusive coverage for 13 domestic and 44 import applications, to its Monro Quick-Strut line.
From June 1-30, 2018, the company is giving its service shop partners another reason: multiple opportunities to win Monroe-branded merchandise by participating in the “Show Your Monroe” social media sweepstakes.
Tenneco has introduced 21 new part numbers across the Monroe Brakes product line.
iTenneco is offering a rebate program on popular Monroe brake pads this spring.
Tenneco has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Federal-Mogul from Ichan Automotive.
33 new Monroe Quick-Strut part numbers will increase coverage of more than 2 million passenger vehicles.
Rancho will be offering up to $400 in rebates for products purchased between now and the end of July.
Tenneco has announced it expects to outpace light vehicle industry production by 3% in 2018.
Tenneco has announced Bruce Ronning as the new vice president and general manager, North America Aftermarket.