has inaugurated another plant in Thiruvallur District near Chennai, India,
which provides extensive manufacturing, assembly and storage space. Having two
sites operating in close proximity is expected to increase production
efficiency and strengthen the company's position in the region.
of BorgWarner’s high-performance engine control and variable camshaft timing
(VCT) systems will be centralized in the new facility, which will also provide
space for warehousing and shipping. BorgWarner's VCT technology optimizes
efficiency and contributes to reducing emissions in combustion-powered
vehicles– a further step on the company’s path toward cleaner and more
current expansion was necessary; we needed the extra space to meet our
increasing customer demand in India as a major local manufacturer,” said Pei
Wang, Vice President and General Manager Asia, BorgWarner Morse Systems, adding
that “Having the two plants in the same area enables us to optimise logistics
and improve our supply chain. Furthermore, the expansion highlights our role as
an important regional employer.”
the opening of this plant, BorgWarner is ideally positioned to meet the
ever-growing business needs of the automotive industry, not only in India but
also in the entire Asian market. BorgWarner believes this expansion will
significantly increase the localized sourcing and manufacturing setup to
deliver the competitive edge in the Indian market. BorgWarner anticipates that
operations will take place across a total area of more than 83,600 square foot,
enabling further expansion of manufacturing capacities and the creation of
additional jobs in the region.
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