USA: Intermet announces new foundry plans for Mexico
Intermet Corporation, a manufacturer of cast-metal automotive components, has announced that it plans to build and operate a ductile iron foundry in Mexico. This new plant will be located in the Monterrey area and will be dedicated to the production of automotive structural and safety components such as steering knuckles, control arms, and brake calipers and brackets, as well as other highly engineered ductile-iron parts.
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