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Sundram Fasteners rejigs international

Leading auto parts maker Sundram Fasteners has restructured its international operations. It has created a new subsidiary Sundram International Ltd, based in the United Kingdom. Its Chinese subsidiary Sundram Fasteners (Zhejiang) Ltd and the UK subsidiary Cramlington Precision Forge Ltd have become subsidiaries of Sundram International Ltd.  As a part of a restructuring, the company also divested

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