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Larox to establish a subsidiary in India

By Gerald Ondrey |

0 0 0 Larox Corp. (Lappeenranta, Finland; www.larox.com) will establish a subsidiary in India with the aim of increasing the company’s market share in the growing Indian market. The new subsidiary will be responsible both for Larox’s aftermarket services and filter sales development. “We have been active in India already for over 20 years and have built a solid customer base with the help of our local representatives. Establishing our own subsidiary will help us develop our aftermarket services and deepen our customer relationships. We will offer local service, in local language and currency. Thanks to the local spare parts stock and permanent staff we will be able to service our customers better and faster, and we will be able to offer faster and better support also to our local representatives in new equipment sales,” says Topi Karppanen, president & CEO of Larox Corp. “For the filter sales, we will continue to work in close cooperation with our local agents as they have the best, in-depth knowledge of the Indian market potential.” “India is a very important market for Larox, and strengthening our presence there is part of our growth strategy. The country has huge population,…
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