Japan-head quartered Hirotec Group, which has facilities in Coimbatore and Pune in India, had invested ₹100 crore here in the last one year developing a stamping die manufacturing facility. The group, with presence in eight countries and 29 facilities, makes automotive assembly welding fixtures, hemming, stamping dies and sheet metal parts.
In Coimbatore, the group has invested ₹180 crore in the last 14 years and makes tooling for manufacture of closures for automobile industries.
Nori Uno, president of the Hirotec Group, Senthil Parthasarathy, director of Hirotec India, and Jim Toeniskoetter, CEO, Hirotec India, told the media here on Thursday that ...
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