KONE India Expands in Telangana
Hyderabad, February 10, 2022: KONE Elevator India, a fully owned subsidiary of KONE Corporation, is further strengthening its position as a leader in innovation and safety in the industry, in the youngest state of India, by setting up more centres to service its customers more effectively. India plays an important role for KONE in its global strategy, given the large investments it has made in the Indian market over the years.
The new office located in Kukatpally Housing Board Colony, Kukatpally, Hyderabad, covers all aspects such as, sales, installation, service, AMC and modernisation, to support increasing customer demand and expectations in Telangana and deliver exceptional value for the customers.
Mr. Amit Gossain, Managing Director, KONE Elevators India said, “We are excited to be part of the government’s plan for growth in Telangana and look forward to providing premium experiences with our cutting-edge products. In the coming years, the country will see an even bigger focus on smart cities and urban development, and our workforce is well equipped to lead this technological advancement and infrastructure development.”
KONE, a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, has been among the most innovative companies in the world eight times by Forbes. Innovation methods that allow co-creation with their customers and partners are at the core of KONE’s research, concepting, as well as new products and services creation. They use new integrated technologies and connectivity to set new standards for customer service.
Mr. Gossain further said, “Despite being India’s youngest State, Telangana is an attractive destination for businesses being the major IT hub with favourable climate, uninterrupted power supply, better law and order; placing it among the top States in Ease of Doing Business. Hyderabad and the surrounding areas are very important markets for us and this new office is in accordance with our strategy to boost our customer reach deeper and ensure a stronger customer connect in these areas.”