Nynas news

11/06/2018 09:47

The Moment: New Delhi

Nynas sales executive Vikas Tiwari is passing through the old part of the Indian capital on his way to a meeting.

New Delhi, India
25 October, 10:30 AM

Vikas is always on the move, travelling 12–13 days every month to meet customers for discussions on everything from supply to new technical developments, joint projects and market trends. From its office in Mumbai and with three depots and one drum warehouse, Nynas India has been serving customers in the tyre, lubricant, electrical and chemical segments since it started operations in 2006.

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