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Eicher Engineering Components' plant in Dewas, Madhya Pradesh inaugurated Print E-mail
Written by Ganesh   
Tuesday, 21 April 2009

More than 50 crore rupees invested in plant’s expansion and technology upgradation.

Indore: The Dewas plant of Eicher Engineering Components (a business area of VE Commercial Vehicles) was inaugurated by Peter Karlsten, President & CEO, Volvo Powertrain Corporation on April 07, 2009.

This formal ceremony was attended by senior officials of Volvo Powertrain as well as by Siddhartha Lal, MD & CEO, VE Commercial Vehicles Limited and Pradeep Kapse, CEO, Eicher Engineering Components.

Eicher Engineering Components' plant in Dewas, Madhya Pradesh inauguratedIn his inaugural speech, Peter Karlsten appreciated the facility and expressed confidence in developing this unit as a good business partner of Volvo Powertrain Corporation.

The Dewas plant of Eicher Engineering Components was acquired by VE Commercial Vehicles Limited (VECV) on November 01, 2006. Since then, VECV has invested more than 50 crore rupees in the plant’s expansion and technology upgradation. Today, the plant has the TS-16949 Quality certification.

This plant meets the need of VECV’s captive consumption and also supplies to various OEMs in India and in the US.

The plant is equipped with latest technology machines like CNC Hobbing, Shaping, Heat treatment Furnace, out-diameter and inner-diameter Grinding.

It has a capacity to make one lac gears a month. The plant also has Crown wheel Pinion manufacturing capabilities with world class heat treatment facilities.

 
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