Autoliv India Private Limited

Autoliv India Private Limited

Company limited by shares (2) 1186+ employees

Autoliv India Private Limited Description

The company wants to save as many lives as possible. Every year their products succeed to save over 30,000 lives and prevent ten times as many injuries. They want to be the leading supplier of safety systems for the future car. The company manufactures and develops protective systems such as airbags, seatbelts, steering wheels, passive safety electronics and active safety systems that include brake control systems, radar, night vision and camera vision systems. They also produce pedestrian protection systems. The company works through two business segments: Passive safety and electronics. If we dig deep inside the products of the company, then the products can be categorized in five segments: Active safety systems, passive safety systems, research, manufacturing and crash testing. The Active Safety Systems include radar systems, vision systems, night vision systems, active seatbelts, brake systems, system integration, dynamic spot light and demonstrations. The passive safety systems include airbags, seatbelts, steering wheels, passive safety electronics, pedestrian protection and child restraints. The research sector looks upon the reports, paper work and quality. Manufacturing sector includes Autoliv production system and capabilities. The crash testing sector includes services and contacts. The company with its joint ventures includes around 80 facilities with more than 70,000 employees in approximately 27 countries. The company has 22 technical centers in approximately nine countries around the world, with 19 test tracks. They are the largest automotive safety suppliers in the world. The company is the first to introduce the two and three point seat belt system and airbags for front and side impact. The invention of the active safety systems is an attempt to step forward towards road safety, by reducing the speed of impact. In the current scenario, the market share of the company is around 20-25%. The company came into existence with the merger of the Swedish company Autoliv AB and the US Company Morton ASP, which incorporated in the state of Delaware.

Autoliv India Private Limited Overview

INDIA HO
Bengaluru
COMPANY SIZE
1200+ employees
CIN
U34300KA2000PTC056723
TYPE
Private
CATEGORY
Company limited by shares
SUB-CATEGORY
Indian Non-Government Company
WEBSITE
www.autoliv.com
EMAIL
raghu.arasada@autoliv.com, srinivasa.murthy @autoliv.com
FOUNDED
05 Oct,2000
PAID-UP CAPITAL
78,099,170
AUTHORISED CAPITAL
120,000,000
TRADE MARK
AUTOLIV
ACCREDIT
ISO/TS 16949
N/A Related OEMs
5 No. of plants

Company Breakup

Name share
Bodies Corporate
100.00%
Total Number Of Shareholders 1

Autoliv India Private Limited in News

23 Oct 2021

India won’t commit to ‘net zero’ goal at COP26

Though India is not against ‘net zero’ goal per se, the country will not commit to the 2050 timeline. It will strongly underline its demand for the developed world sticking to the principle of common but differentiated responsibility and the need to deliver on climate change mitigation finance.

22 Oct 2021

US car sharing co Zipcar drives into Bengaluru

Zipcar’s Bengaluru centre underscores tech disruptions centered around reinventing car ownership. Ride-hailing app Uber too is expanding its engineering team in India -- it wants to hire 250 engineers across its Bengaluru and Hyderabad centres to take its total strength to 1,000 by this year-end.

21 Oct 2021

Maintain existing taxes on fuel: IMF India’s ex-chief

Alfred Schipke, director, IMF-STI Regional Training Institute and former IMF India Mission chief, who led the 2021 assessment of India’s macroeconomic situation by the multilateral agency, told TOI that reducing fuel taxes in general disproportionately benefits higher-income households.

19 Oct 2021

China’s Dao EV Tech to produce 2Ws in India, plans export to America, Europe

The Chinese EV maker, formed by a group of investors from China, India and USA, opened bookings for its electric scooters in India on Thursday. Deliveries are scheduled for mid-January. After subsidies the scooter will cost INR 86,000 . The company plans to make India an export base and it will launch at least two new models every year, the company said.

18 Oct 2021

EEPC plans chapters in tier II & III cities to boost engineering exports

The Engineering Export Promotion Council of India has decided to go deep in tier-II and III cities to encourage firms in the smaller towns to join the global value chain and production networks. "Our strategy is to create more engineering exporters by moving into smaller towns all over the country through the opening of EEPC India chapters," EEPC chairman Mahesh Desai said.

17 Oct 2021

Sri Lanka seeks $500 mn loan from India for fuel purchase

The state-run Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) owes nearly USD 3.3 billion to the two main government banks -- Bank of Ceylon and People's Bank. The state oil distributors imports crude from the Middle East and refined products from other areas, including Singapore.

14 Oct 2021

Kia India drives in Sonet anniversary edition at Rs 10.79 lakh

"The Sonet has been one of our breakthrough products that have contributed to Kia's success in India. With sales of more than one lakh units in less than a year, the Sonet has already established itself as one of India's highest-selling compact SUVs.

13 Oct 2021

Indian economy is recovering from COVID-19 crisis: World Bank President

Malpass said he went to India in late 2019 and saw the changes that were being made that were quite positive in terms of the banking system, the financial system, the civil service system, and ways that India was looking for ways to improve the clean water situation which is very important in India for child nutrition for improving nutrition.

13 Oct 2021

India’s oil demand to rise 50% by 2030 against global expansion of 7%: Report

India’s oil consumption is forecast to rise from 4.8 million barrels per day (mbd) in 2019 to 7.2 mbd in 2030 and 9.2 mbd in 2050, as per the IEA’s key scenario based on stated policies. The projection shows the centrality of oil in the Indian economy over the next three decades and runs counter to BP’s forecast last year that estimated the country’s oil demand to peak in 2025.

09 Oct 2021

Taiwan views India as an attractive investment destination

Speaking to TOI ahead of Taiwan’s National Day on October 10, Wang said a Taiwanese industrial cluster was likely to come up in a southern part of India, and Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association (TEEMA) would also ramp up steps to have bigger footprint in India.

Directors of Autoliv India Private Limited

Name DIN Email Designation Date of joining
Craig Merrill Briggs Unlock to View Unlock to View Additional Director 25 Nov,2020
Joydeep Roy Unlock to View Unlock to View Managing Director 18 May,2017
Rajesh Kumar Ram Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 08 Jul,2016
Narasimha Murthy Tumkur Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 16 Apr,2015

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