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Fueling Growth at Inteva

Mega-supplier Inteva Products LLC has grown since its launch a decade ago from $1.4 billion in sales to $3 billion.

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Mega-supplier Inteva Products LLC has grown since its launch a decade ago from $1.4 billion in sales to $3 billion.

Founder/CEO Lon Offenbacher attributes the Troy, Mich.-based company’s success to innovation and the ability to solve customer problems in Inteva’s four business areas: interiors, motors/electronics, roof systems and closures. Offenbacher notes that Inteva’s core expertise has led to materials that can reduce the mass of some products as much as 40%.

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