HORIBA India Private Limited, a group company of HORIBA, Ltd. will open the Technical Center on November 30, 2016 in Pune, India as a demonstration base for emission measurement systems and advanced analytical instruments.
The HORIBA India Technical Center comprises a test facilities equipped with HORIBA’s automotive test systems, and a showroom of scientific instruments of HORIBA Group. Customers can see actual demonstrations of products there. While installing the MEXA-ONE series of emission measurement systems, engine performance measurement systems, particle size distribution analyzers, and other products, the company will develop applications and customized products that meet customers’ needs to enhance our sales and marketing in the Indian market.
HORIBA India Private Limited was established in 2006 and currently has 281 employees at four operating bases. It has been steadily expanding with an increase in sales of emission measurement systems and other automotive test systems. With the aim of responding to the accelerating development of the automotive industry and expanding the HORIBA brand in India by installing a permanent showroom of advanced material analytical instruments in the scientific field, the HORIBA Group has established the HORIBA India Technical Center.
|Name||HORIBA India Technical Center|
|Location||D-225,Chakan MIDC Phase-II, Bhamboli Village, Pune-410501, India|
|Site area||10,000 m2|
|Building area||3,625 m2|
|Floor area||7,066 m2|
|Number of employees||45 employees|
Major products to be handled at HORIBA India Technical Center
- Automotive test systems, and a showroom of
MEXA-ONE emission measurement systems
DYNAS3 AC dynamometers for use in engine test stand
Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 15:00 local time in India.
Approximately 200 people, including Atsushi Horiba, Chairman, President and CEO of HORIBA, Ltd., are scheduled to attend.
15:00-17:00 Inauguration ceremony
17:00-18:00 Facility visit
18:00-20:00 Inauguration commemoration party
Honorable guests include
Mr. Kenji Hiramatsu, Japanese Ambassador to India
Mr. Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister of Government of Maharashtra