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Cooper Standard opens new India headquarters in Pune, Maharashtra

ABR Staff Writer Published 30 August 2016

Cooper Standard has opened its new India headquarters and technical center in Pune, Maharashtra.

Relocated from its previous location in Sahibabad, the 6,000-square-foot facility employs approximately 40 people and designs sealing components and fuel and brake delivery products.

Cooper Standard CEO and chairman Jeffrey Edwards said: "Today's opening of our new India headquarters in Pune is another milestone in Cooper Standard's profitable growth strategy.

"India is a key region in the automotive market, and this new facility enables us to better serve both our global customers in the region, as well as customers in the rapidly growing local market."

To serve its growing Asia Pacific customer base, Cooper Standard, including its joint venture partners, now operates 32 facilities in the Asia Pacific region, including 11 in India, 13 in China, five in Korea, two in Japan and one in Thailand.

Source: Company Press Release