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TI Automotive sets up manufacturing facilities in Bangalore and Chennai Print E-mail
Written by Arjun   
Saturday, 29 October 2011
Bangalore: TI Automotive, a supplier of fluid storage, carrying and delivery technology, is expanding its reach into the India automotive market with two new facilities, in Bangalore and Chennai. Both facilities will produce technology for the domestic Indian market. TI Automotive now has five facilities in India.

The Chennai facility is the company's first fuel tank systems location within India and will produce low-emission plastic fuel tanks. Production will begin in April 2012. TI Automotive will employ 70 people at the 73,000-square-foot facility.

"India is a key growth region that is essential to being a major global supplier," said Bill Kozyra, chairman and CEO of TI Automotive. "With these new facilities, we are firmly entrenched there, and continue to expand our global footprint to provide advanced technology that meets the needs of our customers everywhere in the world."

The Bangalore facility was established to produce fluid-carrying lines for passenger cars, with full production beginning in December 2011. At full production, TI Automotive will employ 68 people at the 12,500-square-foot facility.

TI Automotive also has facilities in Manesar to produce powertrain systems, and in Baroda and Manesar for the production of fluid-carrying systems.

TI Automotive has 18,500 employees at 130 locations in 28 countries.

 
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