India marks the beginning of 2022 on a high note by achieving a new milestone
of 1 Lakh exports.
made in India products Kwid, Triber and the Kiger are currently exported to 14
international countries across SAARC, Asia Pacific, Indian Oceanic Region,
South Africa and East Africa region. These products have been designed with
strong collaboration of the French and Indian teams and are a true embodiment
of the ‘Make in India’ initiative. They are developed and produced in India,
for the Indian customers first, before being taken to the international
on achieving this milestone, Venkatram Mamillapalle, Country CEO & Managing
Director, Renault India Operations said, “India is a very important market for
Renault Group and we have always laid concerted focus on building capabilities
and supporting the ‘Make in India’ initiative. This 1 lakh export milestone is
a significant feat as it is a testament of our product focus that encompasses
our expertise in constant innovation and in-depth knowledge of customer needs
and reflects the customers’ confidence around the world in the quality,
engineering and technology of our products.”
expansion strategy is focused on further strengthening our presence in India,
driving growth momentum across our product portfolio and continue playing an
important role in making Indian products popular and aspirational in the
international markets,” added Venkatram Mamillapalle.
its successful launch in early 2021, Renault began Kiger exports to Nepal and
South Africa, where it has already received an overwhelming response.
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