At ConExpo, Dana Incorporated announced several initiatives – including new drivetrain offerings for electrified vehicles – that strengthen the company’s growing commitment to the North American construction and off-highway markets.

Among these initiatives, Dana is:

  • Debuting the Spicer Electrified eSP502 e-Transmission for the North American construction market. This flexible platform is designed to support the electrification of mid-sized wheel loaders, rough terrain cranes, and other off-highway vehicles, with availability now expanded to empty container handlers and reach stackers in the material-handling market. Leveraging Dana’s field-proven powershift technology, the eSP502 e-Transmission offers a dual-motor, two-speed design that is built on a flexible platform to enable optimized performance at maximum efficiency in a compact package. The modular approach to the transmission design allows for a single motor solution, as well as an optional power take-off, depending on the specific vehicle requirements.
  • At ConExpo, Dana is introducing a new modular Spicer drivetrain solution for telehandlers with 12k lifting capacities that enables original-equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to seamlessly transition from conventional vehicle designs to next-generation zero-emissions powertrains.
  • Increasing process capabilities and equipment capacity at its Lafayette, Ind., USA, facility, which manufactures Spicer Torque-Hub track drives to meet the rising demand of compact track loaders (CTLs) and other small- to mid-sized construction vehicles in North America.
Dana’s facility in Lafayette, Indiana, USA

In conjunction with our customers, Dana is always pursuing opportunities to eliminate waste and maximize customer satisfaction,” said Jeroen Decleer, senior vice president, Off-Highway Drive and Motion Systems for Dana Incorporated. “By strategically expanding our product and process capabilities in North America, Dana is well-positioned to partner with our customers in the region to address changing market demands and considerations.”


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