Picture caption: From Left: Sanjay Chadda, Managing Director,
Stanadyne, India, Ms. Jacquie Boyer, Vice President Global Sales and Marketing,
Stanadyne LLC, Dr. John Pinson, President and CTO, Stanadyne & S.
Jayabalan, Senior General Manager of Engineering for Stanadyne Amalgamations
Stanadyne, a global leader in
the design and manufacture of diesel and gasoline fuel systems has launched EcoForce.
This is a next generation diesel fuel system developed for the below 50
horsepower engine market. EcoForce is designed for farming, construction and
industrial sectors focused on improved fuel economy, increased engine
performance and reduced particulate emissions.
Stanadyne plans to launch the new product in 2016 with an investment of
Rs. 100 crore over the course of the programme.
Stanadyne is a global
technology leader in engine-based fuel management systems specialising in the
design, development and manufacture of diesel and gasoline fuel injection
systems for off-road and on-road engine applications.
Stanadyne has been in India
since 2001 with its partner Amalgamation Group. The joint venture has a
state-of-the-art manufacturing facility to manufacture fuel injection pumps,
injectors and fuel filters in Thiruvallore near Chennai and is supplying to
Indian customers as well as exporting to USA and Europe. The Indian company has
also launched new products like fuel filters and rotary pumps to meet the
stringent emission norms for diesel engines in the country.
Since 2004, Stanadyne has
produced over 18 lacs pumps for sale within India and in international
markets. Recently, Stanadyne achieved
over 50 pc local market share of mid-sized generator-sets along with broad
penetration into farming and industrial sectors.
Speaking on the occasion, at
the Mumbai press conference, Dr. John Pinson, Stanadyne President and CTO noted,
“EcoForce is based on an innovative design concept for the below 50 horsepower
market that offers superior engine performance and fuel economy with a lower
total cost of ownership.”
Sanjay Chadda, Managing
Director, Stanadyne India said, “EcoForce will address the dual concerns of
high fuel costs and air quality emissions resulting in better quality of life
in India. With investment plans in place, we are expanding our plant production
capacity to accommodate the increasing demand.
As a result of strong market interest, we anticipate sales to more than
double by 2018.”
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