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  • Inteva Vandalia donates 35 units of blood to American Red Cross

    Employees at the Vandalia Technical Center (VTC) recently collected 35 units of blood for the American Red Cross. Every unit of blood collected can help three people and 105 lives will be impacted with the supply donated by the VTC team.

    According to a 2019 survey conducted on behalf of the American Red Cross, clothes (69%), money (63%) and food (53%) are the primary ways that the public has donated to help others in the past year.

  • Inteva Products Named a Michigan Economic Bright Spot for 5th Year in a Row

    Inteva Products, a leading global Tier One automotive supplier of engineered components and systems, has been named one of Corp! Magazine’s “Michigan’s Economic Bright Spots” for the fifth consecutive year. The company was also awarded as the overall Large Business winner.

  • Inteva Products Named CLEPA Innovation Award Winner for Recyclable Inteather™ Eco Trim Material

    Inteva Products, a leading global Tier One automotive supplier of engineered components and systems, was honored for the fourth consecutive year at the European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA) Innovation Awards Gala on June 13. The company was awarded third place in the Environment category for its recyclable Inteather™ Eco Trim material. CLEPA sponsored the event held at the Museum of Natural Sciences in Brussels.

  • Inteva named Best Employer in Ohio for fourth consecutive year

    Inteva Products’ Vandalia Technical Center was named one of the Best Employers in Ohio. This is the fourth year in a row that the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Crain’s Cleveland Business and the Best Companies Group recognized Inteva’s contribution to Ohio’s economy and workforce in their Best Employers competition.

  • Inteva’s Offenbacher addresses manufacturing engineers at national event

    Inteva CEO and President Lon Offenbacher served as the first-ever keynote speaker at the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) and SME Education Foundation (SMEEF) International Awards Gala on Sunday, May 19.

  • Inteva’s Vandalia site awarded for safety excellence for third consecutive year

    For the third consecutive year, Inteva’s Vandalia Technical Center (VTC) was recognized by the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation for its efforts in preventing accidents and injuries in the workplace. In order to be considered for the award, the site must have at least 500,000 hours and a minimum of six months without an injury resulting in a day or more away from work.

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