KETTERING, Ohio (AP) -- Auto parts supplier Tenneco Inc. says it is laying off up to 100 workers at its plant in the Dayton suburb of Kettering.
The layoffs will leave the factory with about 200 workers.
Tenneco spokeswoman Jane Ostrander said Tuesday that the layoffs are the result of production cuts at General Motors Corp., the plant's biggest customer.
Parts maker Delphi Corp. owns the plant, but Lake Forest, Ill.-based Tenneco leases part of it. Tenneco bought ride-control parts and machinery from Delphi when it moved in earlier this year.