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Kyocera opens industrial cutting tool technical center in India

18 Jun 2012

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Kyocera Corp. has opened the doors of its industrial cutting tool technical center in Gurgaon, India. The facility aims to strengthen its customer support structure in the Indian market that is expected to continue showing high growth, said the company. The Kyocera Asia Pacific India Technical Center is the first of its kind to be established by a Japan-based company in India and will start operation on June 1 this year, the company added.

India is a key market for the Kyocera Group's cutting tool business, and through the opening of the new technical center, the company aims to establish a thorough service structure to support the enhancement of its customers manufacturing ability.

Including the new center in India, the Kyocera Group presently operates 12 cutting tool technical centers around the world, with similar facilities in Japan (3), China (2), U.S., Germany, Denmark, Brazil, Korea and Singapore.




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