technology helps in reducing emission levels and increases fuel efficiency,
offering a significant cost advantage. It allows detection and control of
engine misfire. Sensors have higher reliability with a full 360-degree mounting
flexibility. This will result in considerable reduction in size of catalytic
convertor and related cost saving.
Group has always envisioned serving the national and international markets with
sustainable products offerings to its customers. O2 sensors will complement our
electronic fuel injection solution and which is core to Napino’ s vison of
offering sustainable mobility solution, as this will increase the overall fuel
efficiency of engine.
Raheja, Joint Managing Director, Napino, commented, "This licensing
partnership will further augment our capabilities in the sensors for automotive
application. Kerdea’s technology coupled with manufacturing capabilities of
Napino group will provide OEMs with technologically robust products while being
cost effective. With the rollout of OBD-2 norms by 2022-23, O2 sensors will see
robust demand with increased application across vehicle segments.”
Kumar, Group CEO, Napino commented, "We at Napino recognize the need to
build sustainable mobility solutions. Our partnership with Kerdea is geared to
build a revenue stream, which is both scalable and profitable. We are confident
that O2 sensor from Kerdea, which deploys path-breaking resistive technology,
will meet customer requirement. The innovative product will lead to significant
improvement in fuel efficiency."
Doug Carnes, CEO, Kerdea Technologies commented, "Kerdea is honored to be
associated with Napino. Napino’s commitment to manufacturing excellence and
customer service complements Kerdea’s technological platform and the future it
brings to the Indian and worldwide automotive industry. Working in tandem and
partnership, Napino and Kerdea will be providing OEMs with an O2 technological
revolution that benefits manufacturers and customers. We look forward to a long
and successful relationship with Napino."