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Renault Nissan Signs Agreement with Kamarajar Port for Car Shipment

Renault-Nissan signs agreement with Kamarajar Port to export locally manufactured cars.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance has signed an agreement with Kamarajar Port Ltd (KPL) to export vehicles produced by their joint venture in nearby Renault-Nissan Automobiles India Private Limited (RNAIPL).

The agreement was signed by Frank Torres, President of Nissan Motor India, and Sunil Paliwal, Chairman and Managing Director of Kamarajar Port Ltd.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is the first automaker in the region to export vehicles through the Port of Kamaraha.
Over more than 13 years, the alliance has exported more than 1.15 million vehicles from the port of Kamarajar to some 108 destinations worldwide.

“The Global Renault-Nissan Alliance recently announced a new long-term vision for India, increasing production and R&D activities, launching electric vehicles, and transitioning to carbon-neutral manufacturing. This agreement will help ensure we can further strengthen our exports from India,” said Frank Torres, President and Vice President, Business Units at Nissan Motor India.

“Chennai is an important export hub for us, and from the beginning, we have followed the ‘Make in India, Made for the World’ philosophy to serve markets worldwide,” said Nissan’s Torres. On top of the one million vehicle export milestone in 2022, he added that the alliance continues to add new export destinations for vehicles produced at the Oragadam (Chennai) plant.

Catering to domestic and export markets, the Chennai plant has produced over 24 lakh Renault and Nissan vehicles and exported them to 108 countries.

So far, Renault and Nissan have invested $1.8 billion in the Indian economy and created direct and indirect employment and skills opportunities for more than 70,000 workers.

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