Sydney precision-engineering and tooling company Broens Pty. Ltd. beats competitors in Thailand and Taiwan to supply the steering-knuckle component for GM Holden Ltd.'s new VE Commodore. Australian Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane recently launched Broens' new A$12 million ($9 million) Automotive Steering Knuckle Manufacturing Line that allowed the company to win the tender on quality and price. "The engineering and process in this manufacturing line is a first for Australia and has ...
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