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General Motors India Private Limited
Type Subsidiary
Founded 1994
Headquarters Halol (Registered Office)
Gurgaon (Marketing Office)
Key people Karl Slym, President and MD
Industry Automotive
Products Automobiles
Employees 4,000
Parent General Motors

General Motors India Private Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Motors that is engaged in the automobile business in India. The company operates vehicle manufacturing plants in Halol, Gujarat and Talegaon Dabhade, Maharastra, It maintains headquarters in Halol and Gurgaon and a large technical center in Bangalore. Its Halol and Talegaon Dabhade Manufaturing Plants have a combined Production Capacity of 385,000 vehicles annually.[1]



General Motors began doing business in India in 1928, assembling Chevrolet cars, trucks and buses, but ceased its assembly operations in 1954. GM continued with tie-ups with Hindustan Motors to build Bedford trucks, Vauxhall cars, Allison Transmissions and off-road equipment.

In 1994 General Motors India Private Limited was formed as a joint venture, owned 50 percent by Hindustan Motors and 50 percent by General Motors, to produce and sell Opel branded vehicles. GM bought out the Hindustan Motors interest in 1999.[2][3] General Motors India Private Limited continued to produce Opel cars at the Halol facility until 2003, when it started production of Chevrolet vehicles at that location.

In 2000, General Motors India Private Limited moved its headquarters to Gurgaon. In 2003, the company opened its technical center operations in Bangalore, which included research and development and vehicle engineering activities. The technical center operations were expanded to include purchasing and financial support services for General Motors operations located outside of India (2006), vehicle engine and transmission design and engineering (2007) and a vehicle design studio (2007).

General Motors India Private Limited began construction of a second vehicle assembly plant in Talagaon in 2006, which began production of Chevrolet vehicles in September 2008.

Vehicle sales, service and marketing business

Like most other automotive companies in India, General Motors India Private Limited appoints independently owned dealers to sell, service and market vehicles that it produces. As of August 2008, managed the Chevrolet dealership network (including export dealers located in Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Bhutan) from its headquarters in Gurgaon, and regional zone offices in Mumbai, Kolkat and Chennai.

General Motors India Private Limited also sells parts and services to independent vehicle maintenance providers under the AC Delco brand.





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