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  • 23 Apr 2018

Komori establishes Indian subsidiary

L to R: Santoshi Mochida, Yoshiharu Komori, Sangam Khanna, Eiji Kajita, and Hirofumi Hoshino at the announcement of establishing Komori India subsidiary

Japanese machine manufacturer Komori has established Komori India, a subsidiary to further and scale its operations in the Indian sub-continent.

Komori claims to have a market share of more than 40 percent in the country and through Komori India intends to further and scale its operations in the Indian sub-continent. Hirofumi Hoshino, managing director at Komori India, said: ‘With the launch of an office in India, Komori aims to strengthen and enhance its presence in this market and nearby countries. With the India footprint, we’ll be able to provide the world class quality and strong support to aid this market. We will use the best of global and local processes to provide the highest value to our customers and maximize the customers benefit.’

In a bid to have a strategic hold in the Indian market, the company will also introduce customized printing presses suitable for the Indian market.

The company was earlier operating in the country through its sole distributor Insight Group. Komori India has acquired Insight’s Komori division, and will continue to retain all the employees of Insight in its new team. This will help in ensuring absolute continuity with the existing sales and service activities.

Komori is involved with currency printing for many countries including the Indian Rupee and is amongst the world’s largest companies manufacturing offset presses for various applications of commercial and packaging printing such as cosmetic boxes, liquor boxes, and pharma boxes.


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