Renault India crosses 100,000 export milestone after 9 years
Renault India started local manufacturing in 2010.
French carmaker Renault India has crossed 100,000 export milestone, which it says demonstrates the competence of India’s design, engineering and manufacturing capabilities. The company started exporting the Duster SUV in 2012.
At present, Renault exports made in India Kwid, Triber and the Kiger to 14 countries across SAARC, Asia Pacific, Indian Oceanic Region, South Africa and East Africa region. Renault India begin manufacturing in Chennai, India in 2010. The company begun exporting the Kwid in 2016.
Venkatram Mamillapalle, country CEO and MD, 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. Our 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.”
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