SKF to Cut Automotive Unit Costs in Bid to Reach Margin GoalBy
CEO says still reviewing existing goals for the company
Analysts predicting SKF will fall short of margin goal
SKF AB, the world’s largest bearings maker, said it will cut costs and improve profitability at its automotive business in a bid to achieve a longstanding group margin target of 15 percent.
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