Telecommunication equipment manufacturer Ericsson stated that it was looking at making the country a worldwide export centre for networking gear from its Jaipur plant.
Ericsson India President Fredrik Jejdling stated, “We have recently increased capacity at our facility in Jaipur. In the future, we are looking at making this facility a global export hub.”
But, he refused to remark on the details of investment and time period for beginning for exports from the division.
Commencing with wireline hardware fabrication, it makes 2G and 3G tools at the said division.
Ericsson handles assembly lines offering tools for radio access system, core net, transmission solutions and modules from the division.
With the initiation of novel technologies, comprising 3G and TD-LTE, in the country, the development was done to expand the company’s capacities to hold up the clients in a better way.
“We can now look at exporting to other countries as well,” Mr. Jejdling said.
Ericsson owns manufacturing divisions in Sweden, China as well as Brazil.