planes, trains and automobiles face safety checks over japanese faked metal parts

by:INDUSTRIAL-MAN     2019-08-23
Manufacturers around the world are checking the safety of cars and trains. Yesterday, Japan\'s second-largest aluminum producer admitted to falsifying safety data for 40,000 tons of metal, which can be traced back to 10 years ago.
The share price of Kobe Steel fell 300 points, equivalent to the company\'s acceptance of the release of a product certificate that does not accurately meet the customer\'s standards for aluminum and copper shipments.
The recent quality control scandal at a major Japanese carmaker came after Nissan admitted last week that it had carried out safety checks on more than a million cars.
According to Kobe Steel, the forgery occurred in four Japanese factories.
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