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Aarvi Encon associates with Indian PSUs for transition from BS IV to BS VI

  • 25-Mar-2019

Aarvi will help fill the demand for almost 2,000 engineering jobs that will be required to drive the transition... Read More

US-based auto component maker BorgWarner expands Tamil Nadu facility

  • 01-Feb-2019

The new 43,000-sq ft facility has a VCT production line which provides localised manufacturing in Kakkalur, Tamil Nadu... Read More

Germany’s Continental to invest Rs 240-cr in powertrain plant in Pune

  • 17-Jan-2019

The plant will produce various drivetrain products including engine management systems, sensors and actuators as well as fuel and exhaust management components... Read More

BorgWarner to showcase clean and efficient technologies at SIAT EXPO in Pune

  • 17-Dec-2018

Some of the products to be exhibited will include exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) technologies, the advanced exhaust heat recovery system (EHRS), variable turbine geometry (VTG) turbocharger among others.... Read More

Honeywell UOP’s PSA technology to help IOCL meet BS VI fuel norms

  • 30-Jul-2018

Honeywell will provide new Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) units to IOCL refineries at Gujarat, Panipat, and Mathura, and will upgrade existing hydrogen plants at refineries in Haldia, Guwahati and Gujarat... Read More

BS VI emission norms will give boost to Schaeffler India sales

  • 01-Jun-2018

With four plants and 19 sales offices, Schaeffler - the German manufacturer of rolling element bearings for automotive, aerospace and industrial applications - has significant presence in India. Its three major product brands - FAG, INA and LUK - are well represented in India... Read More

Share of diesel vehicles will go down in favour of petrol versions

  • 01-Jun-2018

In 2017, the Indian automotive industry witnessed a slew of change such as adoption BS IV norms across the country (from April 1, 2017), mandatory crash tests for new vehicles (from October 1, 2017), etc. At the same time, the industry is gearing up to meet future requirements such as BS VI norms (by 2020) and adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). Over the years, the Pune-based Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) has been playing a crucial role in the development... Read More

Mike Banach is new Regional GM of Honeywell UOP India

  • 11-Jun-2018

Banach’s vast experience will help UOP to further strengthen its business in India as the country is undergoing a paradigm shift towards a clean fuel regime (BS VI norms) ... Read More

US-based Cummins' Pune R&D centre to be part of global research network

  • 30-Nov--0001

The US-headquartered engine specialist Cummins Inc is setting up a R&D centre in Pune to cater to not just Indian customers but also the global market. The centre, which will be second largest R&D facility for the company outside the US, will involve investment of Rs 1000-1500 crores over a period of three years. ... Read More