Force MTU expands its business in Belagavi
Force MTU, a leading global producer of generators and engines, has expanded its operations to North Karnataka with its headquarters in Belagavi.
Force MTU, which has a worldwide market network including America and Europe, is a joint venture of the well-known German-based Rolls-Royce. As part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make in India project, it has partnered with Indian businessmen with a 51% share capital and started a huge manufacturing plant in Pune a year and a half ago. The generator and engine are being exported to all countries from here.
It has also started engine production in the last one and a half years and has entered into an engine supply agreement with Indian Railways. A specialty of the organization is maintaining uniform quality globally without any variation. He explained that the quality is top of the line with the most durable parts.
Deputy COO Dinesh Patila said that Force MTU has created a new record by getting the Pune unit ISO certificate within just one year. He informed the media that it is attracting more customers due to very low maintenance costs.
Progressive Traders owner Parameshwar Hegde said that Progressive Traders has been doing business in Belgaum for the past 43 years and has gained the trust of customers. Now another step has been taken by Force MTU. He said that the business will be expanded with the usual confidence.
Dayananda Netalkar, the first customer from Belgaum, said that Force-MTU has set up a global-level production unit in Pune. He said that there is no doubt in gaining the trust of the customers as the company’s products are of excellent quality.
Force-MTU Quality Head Shailesh Jagtap, Aravinda Valla, and Prajakta Wakade spoke. Renowned businessman Gopal Jinagowda inaugurated the program by lighting a lamp. Ritvik Hegde welcomed and made the introduction. Medha Hegde hosted the program.
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