Shanghai Ganxiang Automobile Mirror (Group) Co., Ltd.
- Produces automotive parts such as various types of rear view mirrors and gear shifters for passenger cars.
- Engaged in aggressive joint-venture operations with U.S. and European partners such as Dura (U.S.A.), Mekra Lang (Germany) and ISDE (Germany).
- It's products are sold under the brand name "Butterfly Brand".
-Unlisted (As of December 31, 2015)
-Rear View Mirror
-Metal Welding ASSYs
-Engine Tensioning Wheels
-Rear Axle Shock Absorber Struts
|1958||Established as "Ganxiang Tiemuzhu Plant" in Shanghai Jinshan County.|
|1962||The company name was changed to Ganxiang Renmin Gongshe Agricultural Plant.|
|1978||In January, the company name was changed to "Ganxiang Automobile Components Plant".|
|1988||In October, started supplying exterior rear view mirrors for the Santana after receiving approval from Shanghai Volkswagen.|
|1992||In October, "Shanghai Ganxiang Automobile Mirror (Group) Corp." was established.|
|1995||Reached a technological import agreement with LAVET (Italy) to introduce the company's production line for automotive anti-dazzling rear view mirrors.|
|1996||Shanghai Lunke Machinery Co., Ltd. was established as a joint venture with Lunke, a German partner.|
|1996||In May, the company name was formally changed to "Shanghai Ganxiang Automobile Mirror (Group) Co., Ltd."|
|1999||Shanghai Mekra Lang Automobile Mirror Co., Ltd. was established as a joint venture with a German partner, Mekra Lang Co., Ltd.
Shanghai Hofferbert Automotive Parts Co., Ltd. was established as a joint venture with a German partner, Hofferbert.
|2000||Established a joint venture, Shanghai Donelley Ganxiang Automobile Systems Co., Ltd. with Donelley Company of America. (Note: The joint venture became independent, becoming a 100% owned subsidiary of Magna Donnelly, a U.S. company. The company name was also changed to Magna Donnelly (Shanghai) Automotive Systems Co., Ltd.|
|2001||In Dec., completed a capital reorganization of its subsidiary, Shanghai Lunke Machinery Co., Ltd., and changed its name to ISE Industry Shanghai Co., Ltd.|
|June 2004||Flabeg Gam Automotive Mirrors (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. was established as a joint venture with Flabeg, a German company.|
|Dec. 2004||Shanghai Heba Die-casting Co., Ltd. was established as a subsidiary in collaboration through a technical-licensing agreement with Heba, a German company.|
|Jan. 2005||Dura Ganxiang Automotive Systems (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. was established as a joint venture with Dura Automotive Systems, Inc., a U.S.-based partner.|
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