In Conversation with Bosch India's Guruprasad Mudlapur

Guruprasad Mudlapur, President of Bosch Group in India and MD of Bosch Ltd, shares the company's vision for hydrogen in India's CV sector, along with the company's plans for localisation and technology investments.

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In Conversation with Bosch India's Guruprasad Mudlapur

The German Tier-1 giant envisions strong potential of hydrogen to power India's commercial vehicle segment and is focused on introducing as well as localising new technologies in the country.  

German Tier-1 giant Bosch, which has a legacy of over a century in India, has showcased its technology advancements at its Experience Centre in Bengaluru. The company says it is utilising its state-of-the-art centre to strike customer relationships as well as make new employees get an overview of Bosch's capabilities.

Guruprasad Mudlapur, President, Bosch Group in India & MD, Bosch Ltd, talks about how the company envisions hydrogen to power India's commercial vehicle segment in the future, as well as its localisation plans and investment roadmap towards new technologies. 

Mudlapur also tells how Bosch continues to rely on its core strengths of manufacturing, quality, and R&D to achieve future growth as India's automotive industry remains in the fast lane globally. 

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