Key FeaturesHwang Yu Automobile Parts Co., Ltd. Ball joints, tie rod ends, rack ends, center links, and control arms, brake calipers, etc. Founded in 1972, Hwang Yu Automobile Parts Co., Ltd. is a TS16949- and ISO 14001-certified company specializing in development and production of high-quality aftermarket (AM) automotive steering, suspension and brake components, with over 40 years of manufacturing experience. The company's products are marketed worldwide under its own-brands “3 Star” and “Hwang Yu” and are all popular with global customers. Currently Hwang Yu supplies several major product categories, including ball joints, tie rod ends, rack ends, center links, and control arms, brake calipers etc. Hwang Yu claims that it has set up the most professional laboratories with various advanced testing/inspection equipment, including the reverse-engineering scanning machine, so as to simulate the real operation conditions without any tolerance. The company claims that all its steering and suspension products have undergone torque, impact, salt spray, hardness, durability, and mud/water tests_ while all its calipers also pass the salt spray, low/high-temperature, hardness, air-sealing, and durability tests, etc. Besides, all the company's packaging materials have to pass related break-down tests, so as to assure all of Hwang Yu's quality products can be delivered to customers safe and sound. This is just a small part of the whole production process but highlights Hwang Yu's insistence on product quality. The maker insists on adopting the highest quality-control standards and manufacturing processes to satisfy customers' requirements, so it has been constantly improving its techniques, renewing equipment, working out more reasonable production plans to assure that all its products meet international quality standards.
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