NEW DELHI (May 15) — Sigma Vibracoustic India Pvt. Ltd. has opened a third plant in India to make anti-vibration components.
The facility in Chandigarh City, about 155 miles from New Delhi, cost about $18.3 million to build and will make antivibration components for the vehicle industry, the company said. The products are mainly destined for export.
Sigma Vibracoustic is a 50-50 joint venture between Vibracoustic and Sigma Corp. of India. The joint venture will continue to operate two other factories at the site. The firm said it exports about 75 percent of its production of anti-vibration components such as engine mounts, bushings, tuned dampers and hydromounts.