JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Borbet South Africa Ltd. says it has begun an $8 million upgrade and expansion project that will allow the company to more than double its alloy-wheel production over the next three years. Borbet Managing Director Ron Claassens says the upgrade and expansion at the company’s plant in Port Elizabeth will see initial production grow to about 960,000 alloy wheels annually. He says once this has been achieved the plant will add an additional shift to increase ...
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