Nissei opens a new branch office in Chennai; caters to auto sector

Nissei opens a new branch office in Chennai

In order to improve service and customer satisfaction in the Indian market, machinery maker Nissei Plastic Industrial has opened a branch office in Chennai, Southern India. Its operation started in January.

The Indian government has been pushing stricter environmental and emission regulations. As more electric and lighter vehicles are made for better efficiency, there is a shift in using lighter plastic components for the automotive parts rather than the traditional metal components. The production of plastic parts in India is expected to rapidly grow due to the Make in India initiative, which is a wider set of nation-building initiatives launched by the Indian government.

Many Japanese and other foreign automotive makers and suppliers are located around Chennai, where the new branch office is opened. Nissei says it is planning to expand its business infrastructure to cover a wider service area in India from their Gurgaon subsidiary in the northern area to the Chennai office in the southern area. It will also utilise the sales agency’s network, which is headquartered in Mumbai.

The Chennai office is located in Guindy Industrial Estate, the centre point between Chennai International Airport and the urban districts. The Japanese firm says nearby customers’ factories, located in the north, south, and west Chennai, are easily accessible from the new office, and it will initially function as a service center. One staff from Japan and one local staff are currently working in the office.


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