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Sakthi Auto pact with French co

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COIMBATORE: Sakthi Auto Components Ltd has inked a pact with Auto Chassis International (ACI), France, for supply of steering knuckles and other components for Renault cars.

Mr M. Manickam, Managing Director, told Business Line that the supply would commence from January 2007 for ACI's Renault Logan car project in India.

Sakthi Auto, located at Pallagondenpalayam in Perundurai Taluk, Erode District, is expecting the volume (supply of these components) for 50,000 cars per annum.

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