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Company Overview of Shinil Precision Machinery Corp.

Company Overview

Shinil Precision Machinery Corp. manufactures and supplies car parts of engine and steering systems for automobile companies in South Korea. It offers cylinder tubes, and rack and pinion housing products, as well as inner ball joints that are used in a steering systems; and outer tie rods that maintain the balance of the wheel in a steering knuckle. The company was founded in 1996 and is based in Wonju, South Korea. Shinil Precision Machinery Corp. operates as a subsidiary of Taeyang Metal Industrial Co., Ltd.

322, Chibyeong-Ri,

Munmak-Eup

Wonju,  220-120

South Korea

Founded in 1996

Fax:

033-731-1246

Key Executives for Shinil Precision Machinery Corp.

Chief Executive officer
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