ZF Expands Malaysian Axle Production ZF opens an assembly facility for car-axle sets in the Malaysian city of Kulim, about 220 miles (350 km) north of the capital Kuala Lumpur. About 50 employees initially will assemble completely knocked-down axle sets delivered from other ZF locations for an on-site BMW plant, where the front and rear axles will be installed in several BMW and Mini model ranges. ZF began axle assembly for cars in Thailand five years ago. Malaysia is among the ...
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