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Fire breaks out at Wendt Tamil Nadu plant; no casualties


Fire breaks out at Wendt Tamil Nadu plant; no casualties

A minor fire broke out Sunday in Wendt India of Murugappa group which manufactures abrasives and auto components in Hosur, company officials said. The fire was soon brought under control and there was no loss to life or limb, but the damage caused to the factory was being assessed, the officials said The blaze occurred at the electroplating manufacturing unit of the company, they said.

"The extent of damage which is under assessment is not likely to cause any significant impact on our operations considering the presence of an alternative facility," said the company in a BSE filing.

(With inputs from agencies.)


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