- Nitin Gadkari has recently inaugurated VVDN’s Global Innovation Park
- VVDN aims to increase its current capacity for electronic product engineering and manufacturing with the facility
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari inaugurated VVDN Technologies’ new Global Innovation Park (GIP) – engineering and manufacturing facility– in Manesar, Haryana, India, via video conferencing. The Minister highlighted the need for Import substitution, Cost-effective, pollution-free, Indigenous product manufacturing in India.
“It is an achievement for Government of India’s vision for an “Atamanirbhar Bharat” when Indian Tech companies like VVDN take on the challenge of Designing and Manufacturing high-tech electronic products and components in India and set their eyes for global success,” said Hon’ble Minister while inaugurating the VVDN’s Global Innovation Park (GIP) Facility via video conference.
R&D and electronic manufacturing facility
Spread across 10 Acres, VVDN’s Global Innovation Park (GIP) is marked with R&D and Electronic Manufacturing Facility. The facility has the capacity to accommodate 1,00,000 people over the next three years.
VVDN Technologies was founded in 2007. Since then the company has been working on next-generation technology innovation and has set up R&D centers across India as well as best in class manufacturing facilities in Manesar.
With the new GIP facility, VVDN will have a increase in its current capacity for electronic product engineering and manufacturing for a wide range of solutions including 5G Equipment, Trackers, Dash Cams, Cameras, Wi-Fi Access Points.
VVDN’s CEO Bhupender Saharan said, “The inauguration of GIP is an important milestone in the company’s ongoing efforts to help India emerge as a hub of engineering innovation excellence and robust manufacturing. This Global Innovation Park, along with 10 other R&D centers, 4 manufacturing facilities across the country, will help us to continuously innovate on the latest technologies especially in the 5G, Wifi, Cloud, Vision IoT space.”
“Having put down our roots so strongly in India, VVDN now is at a place where we would be able to scale up our deliveries for our domestic and global customers. This aligns with the company’s effort to increase employment in India and eventually contribute in providing a positive impact on the economy of our country,” he added.
The company’s founding team included Bhupender Saharan, Puneet Agarwal, Vivek Bansal and Murali Jayraman. The company also announced that it would hire more than 10,000 employees in the next 12 months.