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Ingersoll Rand to make strategic in

Ahmedabad, September 12, 2014 –
Ingersoll Rand, a world leader in
creating comfortable, sustainable and
efficient environments, today announced
that  it will invest INR 100 crores to
upgrade its manufacturing facility in
Naroda, near Ahmedabad in Gujarat. The
strategic investment reinforces Ingersoll
Rand’s overall growth strategy in India
that is focused on driving innovation,
technology and product development
and is a reflection of their long standing
commitment to the country. Products and
solutions manufactured at the Naroda
plant will be distributed across both,
Indian as well as global markets.
With this investment, one of the
oldest and most significant facilities of
Ingersoll Rand globally, will transform
into a modern, state-of-the-art facility.
The strategic investment at the Naroda
plant will support production of the
complete range of compressors in
Reciprocating, Rotary and Centrifugal
ranging from 0.75 to 4500 kW.
Technologies for Air Treatment, Filtration
Solutions, Storage Solutions, Energy
Saving Control Solutions, Remote
Monitoring as well as Energy Saving
Modular Solutions for Compressed air
that increase the overall efficiency of an
entire Manufacturing and Operating
system will be enhanced at this plant. In
addition to these, the facility will add
new product lines with high level of
innovation.
Talking about this expansion and
renovation of Naroda manufacturing
facility, Venkatesh Valluri, Chairman and
President, Ingersoll Rand India said, “The
Naroda plant is one of our flagship
facilities - the plant is one of the oldest in
the world; having begun operations in
1965 and the first that was set up in
India, focused on both domestic and
international markets. Over the past few
years we have been strongly focused on
innovation from emerging economies
and India has been at the forefront of this
initiative. As India moves into a new era
of economic realignment that will be
focused on manufacturing, we are
upgrading the facility by introducing new
flexible production techniques, enhanced
process efficiency methods and new
Technologies. This will not only increase
the safety practices but also allow the
company to deliver very cost
competitive products for India as well as
for the global markets. This
transformation is a step ahead to
enhance our customers’ energy
efficiency, productivity and operational
efficiency.”
“India is a very important market for
Ingersoll Rand and our investment in
Naroda is a vital next step that we are
taking to further strengthen our position
in this growing market. We continue to
commit to providing sustainable and
energy efficient solutions in India and the
new improved Naroda facility will also
help us to drive Technology Innovation
and Product Development to serve local
and global markets from India”, he added.
The ISO 9001-2008 Certified Naroda
manufacturing facility is spread over an
area of approximately 14 acres and caters
to markets such as Industrial Efficiency,
Transportation, Food Security, Logistics,
Process, Pharmaceutical, Healthcare,
Cement, Mining, Defence and others.
The planned transformation will provide
the manufacturing facility with several
benefits including reduction in energy
and resource consumption.
Besides the expanded manufacturing
facility, the company’s operations in India
include two world class manufacturing
facilities in Chennai and Sahibabad (near
Delhi) and two Engineering and
Technology Centers at Bangalore and
Chennai. With a workforce close to 2000,
Ingersoll Rand has presence in more than
18 locations in India.

 
     
 
   
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