Zamil Industrial opens new plant in India
- Saudi Arabia: Sunday, March 10 - 2013 at 06:24
Saudi-headquartered Zamil Industrial has become the first Saudi firm to establish a fully-owned subsidiary in India, Arab News has reported. The company has acquired a full stake in Advantec Coils and renamed it Zamil Air Conditioners India (ZACI) to launch its range of residential, commercial and industrial air-conditioners, including the Turbomiser series chillers. Besides India, Zamil Industrial has manufacturing facilities in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Vietnam and Italy.
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