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Due To Record Exports, Daimler India Breaches The Pre-COVID Levels

TNI || New Delhi || 25th Dec 2021

Daimler India, which happens to be a 100% subsidiary of Germany-based Daimler, has confirmed in a statement that it has crossed the pre-pandemic levels as far as exports are concerned with more than 10% of the previous record.

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The truck facility in India is at Oragadam, which is the only plant across the world that produces transmissions, engines, trucks, as well as buses, within the same site for brands such as FUSO, Bharat Benz, Mercedes-Benz, and Freightliner.

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According to the Managing Director and CEO, Satyaka Arya, this achievement is momentous and a great testimony that customers from the world have shown in locally made products.

He adds that the prevailing challenges that the pandemic has presented have affected the logistics, but despite that, the company continues to foster a global presence by exporting Made-In-India products.

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Daimler has already cleared the air by saying that India happens to be a key hub for its trucks, with their Indian subsidiary not only meeting the domestic demand but also shipping to more than 60 destinations across the globe.

Due to the assistance of almost 400 local suppliers, the company has been able to combine cost-effective and efficient production mechanisms along with the latest technological innovations to develop sustainable and trustworthy products.

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Arya says that they are proud to be a glittering example of the Make-In-India initiative by enhancing India’s export footprint around the globe and also establishing the country as an international hub of one of the biggest commercial vehicle manufacturers in the world.