Dayco Products LLC (Division of Mark IV Industries, Inc.)
-The Company focuses on the research, design, manufacturing and distribution of engine products and drive systems across a number of markets, including the passenger vehicle and commercial vehicle markets.
-The Company is a private entity owned by an investor group.
-Accessory drive belts
-Accessory drive tensioners
-Timing belt tensioners
-Timing belt-in-oil systems
-Electric power steering belts
-Vacuum generation systems
-48V belt-starter generators for mild hybrid vehicles
-Double-sided timing belt-in-oil systems
-Damper and decoupler with compression spring (DDCS) for light-duty and heavy-duty crankshafts
-Front end auxiliary drive tensioners
|1905||Dayton Rubber Company was established in Dayton, Ohio, U.S.|
|1960||Dayton Rubber Company was changed the name to Dayco Corporation.|
|Dec. 1970||Mark IV was incorporated in Delaware.|
|1986||Armtek acquired Dayco's operations in belts and rubber hoses. It was renamed Dayco Products Inc.|
|1990||Dayco's European headquarters were established in Sweden.|
|1991||Tecaflex (Italy) and System Stecko (U.K.) were acquired.|
|1993||Flexomatic (Germany) was acquired.|
|Pirelli Trasmissioni Industriali group of companies was acquired.|
|1994||Acquired Dayco Hevas AB (Sweden).|
|1995||TSA (Italy) was acquired.
Acquired FitzSimons, US.
|1996||The Company's operations were organized into two distinct global operations: Mark IV Automotive and Mark IV Industrial.
CTM (Italy) was acquired.
|1999||Mark IV Automotive entered the small diesel engine market.|
|Sep. 2000||BC Partners Ltd. acquired Mark IV as majority shareholder.|
|2001||All global industrial activities were sold.|
|2007||A Sun Capital Partners, Inc.'s affiliate has acquired the automotive OEM fuel and fluid handling operations of Mark IV.|
|2008||A Sun Capital Partners, Inc.'s affiliate completed the acquisition of Mark IV from funds.|
|2011||Sold air intake and engine cooling systems business to Sogefi S.p.A.|
|2013||Acquired Metavation, a manufacturer of crank shafts and damper pulleys, and the damper portion of EPTEC from Revstone.|
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