Ceratizit holds inauguration ceremony for site expansion in India

November 25, 2019

The inauguration ceremony for Ceratizit’s site expansion in Bengaluru, India (Courtesy Ceratizit Group)


Ceratizit Group, headquartered in Mamer, Luxembourg, recently held an inauguration ceremony for its site expansion in Bengaluru, India. Ceratizit develops and manufactures specialised carbide cutting tools, inserts and rods made of hard materials, as well as wear parts.

The ceremony was attended by the Ambassador of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg to India, H E Jean Claude Kugener, as well as members of the Executive Board; Thierry Wolter, Andreas Lackner and Andreas Schwenninger together with Gerhard Bailom, Ashwani Sareen and Kumar, Anil.

Ceratizit’s facility in Bengaluru (Courtesy Ceratizit)

Ceratizit develops and produces sophisticated hard material cutting and wear protection solutions, including cutting tools, indexable inserts and carbide rods, and new types of carbide and cermet grades. The group has over 9,000 employees at more than thirty global production sites and operates a sales network of over seventy branch offices.


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