New Delhi: Global satellite navigation device maker Garmin on Thursday said that it has entered into a tie-up with Reliance Retail to launch its car navigation products in India.
Under the agreement, Reliance Retail’s automotive arm Reliance Autozone would market the products at its speciality stores and shop-in-shops across the country, Garmin said in a statement.
“Through co-operation with Reliance Autozone and its affiliated companies as strategic partners in India, Garmin has jumped a bigger step to be closer to the Indian market,” Garmin Corporation director (sales and marketing) Tony An said.
Garmin, which is incorporated in The Cayman Islands, operates in Asia through its Taiwan-based subsidiary Garmin Corporation.
Reliance Autozone stores showcase more than 50 brands and 1,500 products catering to cars from various segments.