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Monroe absorbs car-maker exit shock
Aussie arm of US suspension giant exploiting new niches to keep local plants alive
10 Apr 2017
By IAN PORTER
- AUSTRALIA’S only local shock absorber producer, Monroe Australia, has already developed new markets to help keep its local production facilities alive after GM Holden and Toyota close their car factories in October.
- Monroe engineers at the company’s facilities, including its main site at Clovelly Park in Adelaide, are continuing to design, develop and validate new products as part of their role in the parts-maker’s global design and manufacturing network, which comprises 93 factories.
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