ASIMCO relocates headquarters to Nanjing

January 10, 2023

Automotive parts producer ASIMCO has relocated its headquarters to Nanjing (Courtesy ASIMCO)
Automotive parts producer ASIMCO has relocated its headquarters to Nanjing (Courtesy ASIMCO)

Automotive parts producer ASIMCO Group has officially relocated its group headquarters to Nanjing, the capital city of China’s Jiangsu province.

ASIMCO is one of the leading automotive parts manufacturing groups in China, supplying commercial vehicle and passenger car companies in China and overseas.

The company utilises Powder Metallurgy to manufacture a range of parts for the commercial, off-highway, passenger, and electric vehicle markets. Components produced include piston rings, valve seats, parts for passive safety systems (such as airbag, seatbelts), parts in braking systems, inner gear rings, planet and sun gears.

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