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Electronics Production | July 15, 2008

Continental opens electronics manufacturing / R&D facility in India

The automotive supplier Continental opened its new electronic manufacturing facility and R&D centre near Electronic City, Bommasandra, Bangalore, India.
With a total investment of Rs. 220 Crores, the new facility will develop and produce electronic components for the booming auto electronic market in India.

In this facility electronic components will be developed and produced all three Continental automotive electronics divisions - Chassis and Safety, Powertrain and Interior. The new plant will manufacture instrument clusters for passenger cars, commercial vehicles and two-wheelers, immobilizers, engine management systems for diesel and gasoline engines, electronic control units for power assisted steering and body control units out of the Interior Division.

The Continental automotive R&D and manufacturing facility is situated on a land space of about 18,000 square meters with about 15,000 square meters of total built up area. There are in total three surface mounting technology lines, four pre-assembly cells and sixteen back end cells. This manufacturing unit can accommodate 400 employees in the office area and the R&D centre can accommodate another 400 engineers. Its manufacturing facilities, technical labs and offices are built in line with Continental's global standards.

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