By Liz White, ERJ staff
Lake Forest, Illinois-In the second quarter of 2005, Tenneco Automotive reported its 13th consecutive quarter of year-over-year revenue growth and its 14th consecutive quarter of year-over-year adjusted earnings (EBITDA) improvement.
The group, which makes ride control and emission control systems for commercial vehicles, also has a major elastomer parts business.
Tenneco set up its first European venture making rubber-to-metal bonded antivibration components, at a plant in Ermua, Spain, in late 2004. Rubber parts formed about 5.7 percent of the group’s $3800…