Dayco Products LLC (Division of Mark IV Industries, Inc.)

Company Profile

■URL

http://www.dayco.com/

■Address

1650 Research Drive Suite 200, Troy, MI 48083, USA

Business Overview

-The Company specializes in the research, design, manufacturing and distribution of a wide range of belts, tensioners and pulleys for multiple markets, including the automotive market.

Shareholders

-A subsidiary of Mark IV Industries, Inc.

Products

-Timing belts
-Poly-V belts
-Raw edge belts
-Timing belt tensioners
-Poly-V tensioners
-Idlers
-Pulleys
-Dampers
-Friction wheels
-Timing belt-in oil systems
-Decouplers
-Electric Power Steering (EPS) belts
-Vacuum generation systems

History

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.
1988 Acquired Armtek.
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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