Japanese auto part maker Aisin Seiki keen to invest in Haryana

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Japan's leading auto components company Aisin Seiki has proposed to set up a manufacturing facility at Industrial Model Township at Rohtak in Haryana over an area of 30 acres, with an investment of INR 406 crore.

Mr Masuji Arai executive VP of Aisin Seiki Co Ltd after a meeting with Haryana chief minister Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda on the concluding day of the India Japan Global Partnership Summit in Tokyo said that the company also planned to set up another manufacturing facility for brake parts at an estimated cost of INR 330 crore for which it would require 20 acres of land.

Aisin Seiki Co Ltd is engaged in manufacture of automotive parts like drive train, body, brakes, chassis and engine, a Haryana Government release said here. It is also into lifestyle, energy related and welfare related products.

Sourced from ET