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KEBA continues its process of increasing internationalization

 |  Subj: Press-releses

KEBA, aninternationally active automation specialist with its headquarters inLinz, Austria, iscontinuing along its path ofincreasing internationalization byopening asubsidiary inPune, close tothe port city ofMumbai inIndia.

KEBA has had asuccessful presence onthe Indian subcontinent with its control solutions for machinery since 2010, and ithas also been increasingly active inthe area ofrobotics since 2015. The opening ofthis subsidiary isareflection ofthe dynamically growing market inIndia.

India isone ofthe strongest emerging markets inAsia interms ofgrowth. With our subsidiary inPune, weare putting inplace the ideal prerequisites for providing optimal service toour existing clients inthe area ofmachinery and robot manufacturing and for expanding our market presence even further," says KEBA CEO Gerhard Luftensteiner, explaining the reasoning behind this new subsidiary.
Pune isclose toMumbai and, with its population ofaround 3.4 million, isthe ninth-largest city inIndia. The city isaleading industrial center inIndia that ishome tomachine manufacturers, the automotive industry and its associated suppliers.

Technology from Europe isvery attractive for export-oriented domestic companies inIndia and the market potential for this technology isconsiderable asaresult. The great degree ofinterest shown byvisitors toKEBAsstand atthe Automation Expo trade fair inMumbai atthe end ofAugust isevidence ofthe strong demand onthe Indian market for the automation specialistssolutions KePlast and KeMotion and also ofthe excellent reputation enjoyed bythe company.

KEBA stands for quality and innovation," Gerhard Luftensteiner explains. Our clients value our expertise intheir sectors aswell asthe customer proximity that wecan provide thanks toour subsidiaries intheir countries. With our new base inIndia, KEBA isnow present in14 countries worldwide, including the United States and others across Europe and Asia.

Source: KEBA

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