The new centre will have 22 testing facilities and labs that will also bolster Daikin’s manufacturing capabilities to help it meet export demand.
New Delhi: Local arm of Japanese electronics company Daikin on Wednesday said it has invested ₹500 crore in setting up its third research and development centre in India. The facility, located in Neemrama, Rajasthan, will be operational from 2023.
Spread over 24,000 sq mtr, the centre will employ over 250 engineers dedicated to research and development of tailor made products for the Indian market. The new centre will have 22 testing facilities and labs that will also bolster Daikin’s manufacturing capabilities to help it meet export demand from overseas market.
This is Daikin’s third development centre. It already operates centres in Hyderabad and Neemrana. The new R&D centre is located next to the company’s manufacturing facility at Neemrana. This also maximises synergy with the R&D and manufacturing teams of the India unit resulting in better coordination and productivity, the company said.