The company, which has opened a new showroom here, plans to open two more this month, one in Guntur and another in Goa, taking the total dealerships to 14 this year, India Kawasaki Motors Managing Director Yutaka Yamashita told reporters here today.
There is a proposal to enhance the manufacturing capacity from the present 5,000 vehicles per year in Pune facility and also other parts for export purpose, he said.
The company was hopeful to maintain or increase its market share, once more dealerships and service centres were set up, he said.
Stating that the company exported spare parts from India to the tune of Rs30 crore in 2014, Yamashita said this would double to Rs 60 crore during 2016.