Inteva expands in India

  • 13-Sep-2012 04:56 EDT
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Pune plant operations includes manufacturing lines for door latches, window regulators, and motors, with in-process testing capabilities.

Inteva Products recently opened a new plant in India for manufacture of door latches, window regulators, and associated motors. The 72,000-ft² (6700-m²) facility in Pune's Chakan industrial area was designed for future expansion to about 100,000 ft² (9300 m²). Inteva India has complete execution and operational capabilities with full quality-assurance testing for both closure systems and motors and electronic product lines. The plant is designed to accommodate organic growth and has the potential for future expansion into the company's other product lines (interior systems and roof systems). In addition to the Pune Operation, Inteva has a technical center in Bangalore employing approximately 150 engineers and serving global and India business.

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