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Mercedes-Benz inaugurates a new Pune-based Warehouse and retail training academy: Invest a whopping Rs. 15 crores

Mercedes-Benz inaugurates a new Pune-based Warehouse and retail training academy: Invest a whopping Rs. 15 crores

The luxury auto King, Mercedes seems to aggressively work on strengthening its root in Indian marketplace more as it is said to open a new warehouse in Pune. With a whopping amount of investment, the Indian Arm of Mercedes is reported to inaugurate a new functional store, spread over 16,500 sq.mt area.

Located at the carmaker’s production facility in Chakan, near Pune this is the largest powerhouse of the Mercedes in India and is also said to store more than 40, 000 parts at a time.

As per the official statements received from Mercedes-Benz India, the company has made an investment of Rs. 15 crores in its new Pune-based storehouse which will is intended to perk up the operational competence and boost the accessibility of Mercedes spare parts in India. The new warehouse is spread over 16, 500 sq.mt area and is reported to have the capacity of storing more than 44, 000 parts.

Meanwhile, The German conglomerate also publicized about its opening of a new training center for educating individuals on Mercedes dealership business. The institute is named as ‘Mercedes-Benz Academy’ in which simultaneously 225 people can be trained about the dealerships.

Till Conrad, Head-Region Overseas of Mercedes-Benz Cars at Daimler AG said that “These infrastructure expansions by Mercedes-Benz India are a strong reiteration of the growing relevance of the Indian market and a strategic step towards future readiness to cater to the growth in the sector,” the company said in a statement. The company stated that it is investing in India because of the growing appetite for luxury cars in the Indian market.”

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