Daimler India has to this point exported over 35,000 automobiles, to greater than 50 completely different international locations from India, and moreover, greater than 5,500 CKD (Completely Knocked Down) kits have been shipped to markets like South Africa, Kenya, Vietnam and Indonesia.
Since the beginning of its export operations, DICV has exported over 32,000 vans and three,500 buses
Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV) has introduced attaining new export milestones. The firm has to this point exported over 35,000 automobiles, to greater than 50 completely different international locations from India. Additionally, Daimler India has mentioned that it has additionally exported over 5,500 CKD (Completely Knocked Down) car kits to markets like South Africa, Kenya, Vietnam and Indonesia. In reality, lately, the corporate additionally added Malaysia as a brand new CKD market. Furthermore, the business car maker has additionally mentioned that over 150 million components have been exported from the nation to all its export markets.
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Commenting on the brand new milestone, Satyakam Arya, Managing Director and CEO, Daimler India Commercial Vehicles, mentioned, “With this milestone of 150 million parts exported and the addition of a new CKD market, DICV once again validates India’s ‘Make for the World’. It’s a win-win solution; our global Daimler network receives quality Indian parts, and our Indian supplier community gains access to Daimler’s global supply chains. By shipping more and more Indian-made products to an increasing number of overseas markets, DICV is helping India become an international manufacturing hub.”
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Interestingly, the corporate the DICV plant close to Chennai is the one Daimler facility, worldwide, that produces engines, transmissions, vans and buses on the similar website underneath 4 manufacturers – BharatBenz, FUSO, Mercedes-Benz and Freightliner. The firm claims that India is the fifth most necessary marketplace for Daimler Trucks, serving each home in addition to worldwide markets. In reality, because the begin of its export operation in 2013, DICV has exported greater than 32,000 vans and three,500 buses.
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Talking concerning the export enterprise, Shrikumar V Unnithan, DICV’s Head of International Business & Beyond Trucks mentioned, “International business is one of DICV’s key strategic pillars for long-term growth. We will continue to make more products and parts here in India with the help of our 350+ local suppliers, and then proudly export them to the world with one global quality standard.”