Black Donuts In India: One-Stop For Entire Solutions
Tyre Asia|February/March 2017

Black Donuts engineering Inc. is expanding its footprint in India by opening a new office in Delhi, in association with Dawnsun.

The objective of the new daughter company is to bring the utmost level of advanced tyre technology better available to the Indian market. This is accomplished by offering an impressive spectrum of services in tyre plant design and technology, tyre design and development, material development and tyre testing, including the support of new market entries.

The future in India will be driven by strong technology growth. Keeping pace with the fast evolving automotive sector, also the tyre industry is undergoing tremendous transformation. Ambitious capacity expansion plans are underway and the industry is geared to compete with the best internationally. In order to better serve and support its Indian customers in their current and future challenges, Black Donuts is opening a new office in Delhi in the spring 2017.

“We’re seeing a rapid increase in demand for our expertise in the Indian market and, as part of our own strategy, we want to get closer to our customers,” Susanna Moisio, Director at Black Donuts engineering Pvt, says.

Opening its registered office in Delhi, NCR region, the new enterprise has future plans to establish local service centres in the southern, eastern and western zones of India. The teams of Black Donuts engineering in Finland are working in close co-operation with the team of Dawnsun in order to amalgamate European know-how with the expertise and evolving standards in India into a unique competence.

“Black Donuts engineering Finland and Dawnsun will provide a unique gateway for Indian tyre manufacturers, who want to stay ahead and be globally competitive through the support of leading technology,” says Piyush Dhawan, Managing Director, Dawnsun.

Providing one-stop solutions for all fields of tyre manufacturing and technology globally, Black Donuts is equipped with cutting edge technology. Now the company is expanding its horizon to the rapidly growing tyre industry of India, demonstrating that it is always one step ahead of the competition and catching up dynamically with the global demand.

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