Hettich Group, the largest producer of furniture fittings and hardware in the world, Planning to add 1,000 new job in India.
According to a report in the Economic Times, the corporation plans to increase the size of its manufacturing facilities in the nation by investing Rs 700 crore. The business last week held a groundbreaking ceremony for a facility in Indore and launched one in Vadodara.
“A significant milestone is on the horizon: we laid the foundation stone of our fifth state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Indore!,” Hettich India Pvt. Ltd. wrote in a post on LinkedIn. This investment demonstrates our unshakable dedication to growing our business in India and establishing it as the continent’s second manufacturing hub after Germany.
“With commercial production planned to begin by the end of 2025, our greenfield project is poised to change the manufacturing environment. To assure unrivaled quality for both the Indian and international markets, this facility would be outfitted with the most recent German technology, the post continued.
“Our esteemed core board members, including Andreas Hettich, Chairman of the Hettich Group Advisory Board, and Andre Eckholt, Managing Director of Hettich India, were present at the groundbreaking ceremony,” the article added.
With annual sales of more than 1 billion euros, Hettich, a 133-year-old German company, is the largest producer of furniture fittings and hardware in the world.
Hettich began operating in India at the start of the millennium and quickly established itself as the unchallenged leader in the country’s furniture fittings and hardware market.
Hettich has cutting-edge manufacturing skills in India that allow it to produce top-notch goods for both domestic and international markets. Two of its factories are located in Vadodara, Gujarat, and one is in Indore, Madhya Pradesh.
The business is steadfastly committed to the cry for Atmanirbhar Bharat by pursuing the “Made in India” ideology. Created for the World. Additionally, Hettich’s advanced quality products are made available throughout the entire nation thanks to its strong distribution network.