Hengst Filtration inaugurates advanced manufacturing facility in Bengaluru | Autocar Professional

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Hengst Filtration, a leading Germany-based filtration manufacturer, has officially launched its state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Yelahanka, Bengaluru. This strategic move, involving an initial investment of 2 million Euros, marks the company’s foray into the Indian market, underlining India’s critical role as both a significant market and a future hub for exports.

Group CEO of Hengst Filtration, Christopher Heine, commented on the expansion, “India represents a significant growth opportunity for Hengst Filtration. The country’s expanding economy, coupled with its growing demand for filtration systems across industries, makes it an ideal fit for our expansion plans. We are confident that our innovative solutions that bundle filtration for industry and the environment will be well-received by our Indian customers.”

The newly inaugurated facility in Yelahanka, covering 36,000 square feet, is set to produce a wide array of products catering to different industry verticals. This development is a key component of Hengst’s long-term strategy to tap into the Indian market and to look into export opportunities from India.

Sandip Mehta, the Managing Director of Hengst India, speaking on the announcement said “We are excited about our latest and most significant expansion into this pivotal market, poised to contribute to reducing emissions in the production environment and enhancing air quality for the people of India. From automotive to medical technology, our mission is unequivocal: to mitigate emissions, safeguard machinery, and elevate air quality. Each of our products acts as a catalyst for positive change, fostering a cleaner, greener planet.”

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