Tunisia: Fire destroys Autoliv plant

Autoliv’s steering wheel plant in El Nadhour, Tunisia has been destroyed by a fire that broke out on 26 December. The supplier believes the fire was caused by welding repair work that was being conducted during the holiday period. The El Nadhour plant manufactures steering wheels for more than 25 different It’s time to log … Continued

Autoliv’s steering wheel plant in El Nadhour, Tunisia has been destroyed by a fire that broke out on 26 December. The supplier believes the fire was caused by welding repair work that was being conducted during the holiday period.

The El Nadhour plant manufactures steering wheels for more than 25 different

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