The Maruti Suzuki-Toyota partnership was confirmed in 2017, which would see the carmakers access either party’s pool of vehicles that would be rebadged and sold under their respective brands. It now seems, the automakers are planning to take the partnership a step further and are in the process of setting up a scrappage plant together in India, a recent report claims. Under the partnership, Maruti Suzuki and Toyota Tsusho India will be set-up the scrappage plant in Greater Noida, and will be the second manufacturer-owned facility in the country. The report says that the joint venture will supply, dismantle and process end-of-life vehicles, and market and sell scrap and other products generated from such activities.
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