Thank you, Kyocera. At a time when India was crying out for some stable, long-term investment, the Japanese company has obliged.
India has long been a promising market for Kyocera’s cutting tools. Three years ago the Kyoto-based manufacturer of ceramics, electronics and industrial components set up its first sales subsidiary in Gurgaon, later branching out into Pune, Bangalore and Chennai. Now it is going one better, launching a manufacturing joint venture with CTC, a Kyocera sub-contract manufacturer for the past ten years. Continue reading »