Horiba Opens a New Technical Center in Pune, India
Japan’s HORIBA Group that deals in advanced engineering, research and product development, has further expanded its worldwide automotive engineering and testing capabilities with the opening of a new India Technical Center in Pune, a city 90 miles west of Mumbai in India.
Air pollution and safety have become key concerns for leading automobile manufacturers in India, and the country has introduced the Bharat Stages emissions standards. Together with Horiba’s Portable Emissions Measurement System and Horiba MIRA’s engineering capabilities, the new facility will provide vehicle manufacturers with test services to support them to meet Bharat Stage VI compliance, reports Autocar Professional.
Declan Allen, chief operating officer at Horiba MIRA, said, “Growing our global operation is a key part of our long-term strategy, and we’re incredibly pleased to open our new facility in Pune. The site presents an exceptional platform for us to deliver a broader portfolio of test and development capabilities in support of our key customers in India.”