With the inauguration of a new 1440-square-meter production area, Carraro Group‘s industrial activities in India are further consolidated.  

More specifically, this expansion involved one of the two Carraro plants in the Ranjangaon (Pune) area, the one dedicated to gear production. New state-of-the-art gear hobbing and grinding machines are installed here.  

This strengthening of the plant will increase capacity from 150,000 to over 175,000 gears per month and further improve the ability to respond promptly to growing domestic and international demand.  

Carraro in India 

Today, the Carraro Group is present in India with two plants (one dedicated to transmission systems and one to gears) and a R&D center, employing more than 1,600 people locally. The Subcontinent actually represents one of the Group’s main outlet markets (17.4% of total sales). Key customers include major brands of agricultural and construction equipment manufacturing sector such as Mahindra, Tata, Escorts Group, Sonalika, and Tafe. 


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