Bastian Solutions launches first manufacturing facility in India
The site will be located just outside Bengaluru in the Indospace area, providing an optimal location for distribution throughout the country.
Bastian Solutions, a Toyota Advanced Logistics company, has announced the upcoming opening of its new manufacturing facility just outside Bengaluru, Karnataka. The site, expected to be fully operational by October 2023, marks Bastian’s first manufacturing facility in India.
As a global integrator, Bastian Solutions is a well-known provider for distribution and manufacturing customers in North and South America, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia regions.
Vinayak Bhat, General Manager of Bastian Solutions said: “With this plant, we are taking a significant step towards ‘Atmanirbharta’ and paving the way for a stronger, more self-reliant India.”
Bastian Solutions’ new manufacturing facility is nearly two acres and the site’s initial hiring efforts will focus on mechanical and electrical engineers to support manufacturing, further expanding their workforce in the country. The site will be located just outside Bengaluru in the Indospace area, providing an optimal location for distribution throughout the country.
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