AutoComp Systems, India’s leading auto-component conglomerate has signed a
joint-venture with Chinese company Guoxuan Hi-Tech, to design, engineer,
manufacture and supply battery packs for the Indian four-wheeler market.
joint-venture company has started a prototype manufacturing operation in Pune, in
the western Maharashtra. The prototype facility was inaugurated by Zhen Li,
Chairman Guoxuan Hi-Tech and Arvind Goel, MD & CEO Tata AutoComp Systems
Limited. The joint venture company is now geared up to support the Indian EV
OEMs. Tata AutoComp’s offerings to the emerging EV segment now include Batter
Pack, Battery Cooling System, Battery Management System, Radiator and DC
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In an exclusive interview, Uday Narang, Chairman, Anglian Omega Group & Omega Seiki Mobility
talks about his company plans to enter the two and four wheeler electric vehicle space.
Motown India speaks to Woosuk Leem, Managing Director, AS Parts Division, Mobis India to get more details about the Hyundai Mobility Membership App and its advantages.
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