US-based auto parts maker Stanadyne is exploring a few locations in western and northern India to establish its second plant in the country. For this, the company plans an investment of Rs 200 crore, said its chief executive officer (CEO) John Pinson.
Stanadyne is planning to triple its sales revenue from its India operations to about Rs 1,100 crore by 2027, Pinson told Business Standard.
The company manufactures fuel pumps and fuel injectors for agricultural and commercial vehicles. It sells them to automobile companies such as Bajaj Auto, Greaves, TAFE and Simpson.
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