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Japanese auto component company - Aisin Seiki keen to invest in Haryana
Written by Ganesh   
Thursday, 08 September 2011
New Delhi: Japan's leading auto components company Aisin Seiki Co Ltd, has evinced interest in setting up a manufacturing facility for automotive components at IMT Rohtak in Haryana with a projected investment of Rs 406 crores. The company has also proposed to set up another manufacturing facility for brake parts at an estimated cost of Rs 330 crores.

Executive Vice President of Aisin Seiki Co Ltd Masuji Arai held a meeting with Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on the concluding day of the India-Japan Global Partnership Summit in Tokyo.

The manufacturing facility for automotive components at IMT Rohtak would cover around 30 acres while the brake parts manufacturing facility would require 20 acres of land.

Aisin Seiki is engaged in manufacturing and sale of automotive parts like drive train, body, brake and chassis, engine, information related; lifestyle and energy related products, sewing machines, beds and GHPs and welfare related products.

During the India-Japan Global Partnership Summit meeting, the Japanese side expressed keen interest in supporting basic infrastructure of projects in Haryana.

 
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