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June 22, 2015
MotorIndia, the country’s leading B2B automotive magazine, recently interviewed Mathias Senghaas, Managing Director GGB Asia, and Mahesh Thangamani, GGB India Sales Manager, at the ACMA Automechanika show in New Delhi.
The resulting article, published in the May 2015 issue, discusses the state of India’s automotive market and the factors contributing to GGB’s continued success. Chief among these factors, according to the article, is the growing acceptance of GGB’s world-class technology, signaling an historic shift from cost to quality.
This shift, combined with GGB’s intensive customer focus, has helped it maintain double-digit growth despite soft conditions in India’s automotive market. GGB expects the shift from cost to quality to impact both Tier-I suppliers, particularly those exporting to global markets, and vehicle OEMs. The article indicates that GGB serves both the OEM and aftermarket segments of the industry, but notes that due to the longevity of its bearings, there is little aftermarket demand.
Looking forward, the article concludes that GGB remains optimistic about the future of the Indian automotive market, and expects to continue registering double-digit annual growth. For the complete article, click on http://www.motorindiaonline.in/aftermarket/ggb-expects-double-digit-growth-to-continue/.
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