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  • Inteva Products’ Danielle Leone Honored as a CORP! Magazine MVM

    Inteva Products, a leading global Tier One automotive supplier of engineered components and systems, is pleased to announce that Danielle Leone, technical marketing and planning specialist, has been named a Most Valuable Millennial by CORP! Magazine.

  • Inteva Products Launches Refreshed Website

    Inteva Products, a leading global Tier One automotive supplier of engineered components and systems, announced today the refresh of the Inteva website.

    The updated site offers a more intuitive user experience, easier navigation and some additional sections, such as Corporate Social Responsibility and ”The Inteva Way” which highlight critical aspects of the company’s award-winning corporate culture.

  • Salonta Team Brightens Holidays for Nursing Home Residents

    ​In celebration of the local year-end holidays, employees at Inteva Salonta purchased, wrapped and delivered personalized gifts for 67 elderly residents in two nursing homes - Smiles and Salem – located in Salonta. Each gift was custom selected based on a wish list provided by the residents.

    Inteva Salonta employees truly epitomize the Inteva team spirit of caring and commitment when it comes to helping others and giving back to the community

  • Pune takes a big step toward renewable energy

    Inteva’s Pune Operations plant was recently outfitted with 1,031 rooftop solar panels in an effort to reduce the site’s carbon footprint. The panels, which cover 21 thousand sq. ft. of the plant’s roof, have a storage capacity of 335 kilowatts. This clean energy solution will reduce Inteva’s carbon dioxide emissions by 489 tons per year.

  • Inteva Products Wins Best of MichBusiness Award

    Inteva Products, a leading global Tier One automotive supplier of engineered components and systems, announced that it was selected as a 2018 Best of MichBusiness winner.

  • Guanajuato Team Adopts Local Elementary School

    Employees from Inteva Guanajuato Operations (IGO) recently adopted an elementary school in their local El Paraiso community. The Leona Vicario school has benefitted from the hard-working employees’ work to improve the learning conditions at the school through construction, landscaping and lighting improvements.

    The team is also contributing books and toys to the school, and hosted the students for a visit to IGO, introducing them to the exciting world of automotive manufacturing.

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