Japanese firm gets nod to form JV with Kailash Vahan Udyog


 

Highly placed sources said the FIPB has cleared the proposal at its meeting held recently and has recommended for a final approval by the Finance Ministry.
ShinMaywa Industries had sought permission to form a JV with the Indian firm to design, manufacture, sale and provide after sales service of the Japanese firm's special purpose truck products, like tippers and garbage compactors.
Through the proposed JV -- Kailash ShinMaywa Ltd (KSL) -- ShinMaywa Industries plans to set up a manufacturing facility to expand its presence in the country.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange and Osaka Securities Exchange listed company sought permission from the Indian government to hold 60 per cent stake in KSL, which would result in an inflow of Rs 1.2 crore. The proposed authorised share capital of KSL is Rs 20 crore, while the paid equity share capital would be Rs 5 lakh, sources said.
ShinMaywa Industries has granted exclusive licence to Mumbai-based ACC Machinery Company Ltd (AMCL) to produce, use and sell truck mixer models in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan and a non-exclusive licence for the same products for Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

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