PUNE, India—Johnson Controls Inc. has acquired the balance of the automotive seating joint venture with Tata Automotive components.
Johnson Controls has full control of the business. Both parties agreed not to disclose the purchase price.
"India is an emerging market and part of Johnson Controls' global strategy for sustainable growth," said Paul Chawla, president and CEO, Johnson Controls Automotive Experience India. "We are strongly committed to continue to invest in our Indian business."
Johnson Controls said the deal includes 11 locations across India, including an engineering center in Pune, and about 2,100 employees.
Johnson Controls says it will leverage its automotive seating, electronics and interiors businesses in India following the transaction. It will continue to develop its engineering expertise at the new Technical Center in Pimpri. In addition, Johnson Controls plans to expand its prototype and testing capability for the India region.