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ARB Corporation Limited

11.24
CHANGE
-0.02 (-0.18%)
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VOLUME
79.8K
DAY'S HIGH
11.87
DAY'S LOW
11.19
ARB Corporation Limited (ARB) is engaged in the design, manufacture, distribution and sale of motor vehicle accessories and light metal engineering works. ARB is a manufacturer and distributor of 4x4 accessories. The Company’s product portfolio includes ARB Protection Equipment, ARB air lockers and accessories, ARB Air Compressors, Old Man Emu 4X4 Suspension, vehicle lighting and accessories, ARB Canopies, ARB Roof Racks and Roof Bars, ARB Recovery Equipment, Electr... continued
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ARB Corporation Limited
ARB Corporation Limited (ARB) is engaged in the design, manufacture, distribution and sale of motor vehicle accessories and light metal engineering works. ARB is a manufacturer and distributor of 4x4 accessories. The Company’s product portfolio includes ARB Protection Equipment, ARB air lockers and accessories, ARB Air Compressors, Old Man Emu 4X4 Suspension, vehicle lighting and accessories, ARB Canopies, ARB Roof Racks and Roof Bars, ARB Recovery Equipment, Electric Winches, Safari Snorkels, ARB Portable Fridge Freezers, ARB Drawers, Reversing Cameras, ARB Touring and Camping Accessories, and General Accessories. ARB protection equipment includes bull bars and frontal protection, side rails and protection steps, rear protection equipment and under vehicle protection. ARB recovery equipment includes recovery straps, snatch blocks, recovery points, recovery damper, and recovery kits and bags.

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