Autoliv Inc. says its El Nadhour plant in Tunisia, which made steering wheels for more than 25 different vehicle models and accounted for 12% of production for the European auto industry, burned down during the Christmas holiday shutdown. Although manufacturing machines were destroyed, nearly all critical tools were saved and many were shipped to Autoliv’s main European steering-wheel plant in France, the supplier says, noting there has been no resulting production stoppage. Autoliv plans to ...
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