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Incap and Kemppi Oy sign contract on cooperation in India Print E-mail
Written by Krishna Kumar   
Friday, 25 February 2011
Chennai: Incap, a contract manufacturer for electromechanical products, will manufacture electronics assemblies to be used in Kemppi's arc welding equipment at it's factory near Bangalore, India. These assemblies will be delivered to Kemppi's factory in Chennai.

Incap and Kemppi Oy signed a contract on cooperation concerning electronics manufacturing services on 18 February. The first volume deliveries are expected to take place in March 2011.

Incap started operating in India in 2007 when it acquired a contract manufacturing business in Tumkur, near Bangalore. The factory is today the biggest unit of Incap with its personnel of approximately 350. Incap has also concentrated its design services in Bangalore, and the target is to increase the design capacity and services further.

Kemppi opened its own factory in Chennai in January 2011 and plans a considerable expansion of production capacity during the next few years.

"Kemppi's high quality welding equipment is known all over the world and we are very proud to be a part of their supply chain. Growth prospects for Kemppi are good and the partnership in an expanding business in the Indian market is most welcome to us," said Jari Koppelo, Incap's director of Business Unit Energy Efficiency.

The cooperation with Kemppi supports Incap's strategy, according to which Incap aims at offering local services near its customers' own growing markets.

 
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