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Gestamp Commissions First Hot Stamping Plant In India

Gestamp Commissions First Hot Stamping Plant In India

Gestamp, a Spanish multinational company specialised in the design, development and manufacture of metal components for the automotive industry, has launched a new plant specialised in hot stamping in Pune (India). The company has invested €36 million (approx. INR 2.6 billion) in the new facility that will provide services for Fiat Chrysler Automobile (FCA), Ford

Pricol Commissions SMT, PCB Plant In Pune

Pricol Limited, a leading manufacturer of automotive components for the global automotive market, recently inaugurated its high-efficiency plant built across 6.58 acres in Phulgaon, Pune. The new facility incorporates Green concepts of Solar power and Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) air conditioning. Roof-top solar panels fulfils 40% of the daily power requirement. The production lines are designed on lean manufacturing

Mahindra commissions Zaheerabad facility

The Automotive Division of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., a part of the US $ 16.5 billion Mahindra Group, today announced the inauguration of its extended automotive manufacturing facility in Zaheerabad, Telangana. This facility will be used to manufacture Mahindra’s new small commercial vehicle code named P601, which is scheduled to be launched in the first

TimkenSteel Commissions World’s Largest Jumbo Bloom Vertical Caster

TimkenSteel, a leader in customized alloy steel products and services, has on 17 April held an open house ceremony to celebrate the commissioning of its jumbo bloom vertical caster, the largest of its kind in the world, at the Faircrest Steel Plant in Canton. “TimkenSteel’s new jumbo bloom vertical caster improves both our efficiency and capacity

Scania commissions first bus facility in India

Keeping its commitment toexpand operations in India, Scania Commercial Vehicles India Private Limited today announced the inauguration of its bus manufacturing facility in Narasapura near Bangalore. Minister of Road Transport and Highways of India, Nitin Gadkari, will officially inaugurate the plant on March 31, 2015. The bus manufacturing plant’s current capacity is about 1,000 units per year and will employ 300 people in its first year. Martin Lundstedt, President