Tecumseh is to establish a global technology centre near Delhi.
After laying the foundation stone for the centre, Doug Murdock, president and CEO of Tecumseh Products Company, said: “We are very excited to expand our global product design and manufacturing capabilities. We are committed to supporting our customers throughout the world meet their rapidly changing local needs, industry regulations, and product requirements.”
Tecumseh began operations in India in 1997 and the new centre will join engineering labs in the US, France and Brazil to support an increased focus on research, development and customer applications.
Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) are proving to be more controversial than just the global warming they cause when leaked from air conditioning systems.
Here's a roundup of recent articles from the USA, UK and India discussing the controversial chemicals and what governments are doing about reducing HFCs.