Electronics major Sony India today said it may set up a manufacturing facility in North East as it looks for more than 20 per cent sales growth in the country in 2017-18.
The wholly-owned subsidiary of Japanese major Sony is also looking to enter the ‘super-premium’ mobile handset category by launching products in the range of Rs 50,000-Rs 1,00,000 before Deepavali this year.
According to PTI, Sony India Managing Director Kenichiro Hibi said that at present, talks are going on with different states. They do not deny the possibility of setting up of a plant in North East.
Without sharing details, he said many states have approached the company for setting up the proposed plant.
Asked by when the decision to set up the plant is likely to be made, Hibi said: “Talks are going on. This will be in future.”