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Nissan Motor India sets up new Corporate Office in Chennai Print E-mail
Written by Satish   
Tuesday, 17 November 2009
Chennai: Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd. has set up a new Corporate Office at T Nagar, in Chennai. The office will act as the nodal hub for Nissan’s operations in India.

Spread across an area of 10,000 square feet, the facility will house the 56 employees of NMIPL, which the company expects to almost double up to over 100 employees by next year. The office will house the Programmes Management, Corporate Planning, Communications, Finance, Human Resources, After Sales and Exports teams.

While inaugurating the new Corporate Office, Kiminobu Tokuyama, Managing Director and CEO, NMIPL said, "Today marks yet another significant milestone for us at Nissan, as we move to our new corporate office in Chennai."

The Mumbai office will act as the regional office with key members of product planning team and homologation of NMIPL and sales and marketing team of Hover Automotive India Private Ltd, which is the strategic alliance partner for NMIPL in India.

Nissan with its global alliance partner Renault is setting up the manufacturing plant at Oragadam in Chennai, which will manufacture the first locally made compact car built on the global V-platform in May 2010. The Chennai plant will also be the sourcing hub for the global compact car for over 100 countries, especially Europe and Middle East. Nissan, which aims to introduce 9 new models by 2012, will have 5 of these locally produced at this plant.

"We have come to India to become a major player and Chennai will play an important and strategic role in our Indian operations as we gear up for the start of production of our locally made Global Compact Car in May 2010," added Kiminobu Tokuyama.

Renault Nissan Technology and Business Centre India Private Ltd (RNTBCI) is also located in Chennai and is contributing to Nissan’s global operations in the areas of Advanced Research and Development, Advanced CAE (Computer-Aided Engineering), Product Development, Digital Vehicle Development, Information Systems Development, Indian and Global Parts Sourcing.

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