Renault-Nissan Alliance Decides To Enhance Car Exports From Kamarajar Port, Chennai

(MENAFN- KNN India) Renault-Nissan Alliance decides to enhance car exports from Kamarajar Port, Chennai

Chennai, Mar 20 (KNN)
The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Kamarajar Port (KPL) have signed a pact to boost the exports of cars manufactured in Chennai by Renault Nissan Automotive India (RNAIPL) for both regional and global destinations.

Frank Torres,
President, Nissan Motor India
and Sunil Paliwal, IAS, Chairman and MD, Kamarajar Port signed the agreement in the presence of Venkatram Mamillapalle, Country CEO and MD, Renault India Operations and Keerthi Prakash, MD, RNAIPL.

The French-Japanese strategic alliance between the automobile manufacturers
became the first car manufacturer in the region to commence exports of cars through Kamarajar Port.

The Alliance has exported over 1.15 million cars from Kamarajar Port to around 108 global destinations for over more than 13 years.

The agreement builds on the existing partnership between the Renault
Alliance and Kamarajar Port and will facilitate further exports of cars via KPL.

For FY2023 (April 2022 – February 2023) the partners have exported a total of 82,849 vehicles, which includes the Renault Kiwd, Renault Kiger, Renault Triber,
Nissan Sunny, Nissan Magnite and Nissan Kicks.

Calling Chennai as an important export hub, Frank Torres, President, Nissan Motor India and Divisional Vice President Business Transformation AMIEO, said,
“Since the beginning we have followed a 'Make in India, Make for the World' philosophy to serve markets across the world.”

“We continue to add new export destinations to vehicles manufactured at our plant in Oragadam, building on our 1 million cars exported milestone from 2022,” he said.

The global Renault Nissan Alliance has recently announced a new long-term vision for India, increasing production and R&D activities, introducing electric vehicles, and transitioning to carbon-neutral manufacturing.

“This agreement will help ensure that we are able to further strengthen our exports from India,” added Torres.
(KNN Bureau)


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