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For developing and implementing effective Occupational Health and Safety Management System.
Will be home to the Ingenium engine family.
Sees India as a key pillar of its growth strategy in Asia Pacific.
Was part of the first batch of the Volkswagen Mechatronics Apprenticeship Programme started in 2011.
Overall South Asia modernizing its business environment.
Leading global robot manufacturers to demonstrate how robotics enhance competitiveness and flexibility.
Center of Excellence in Fremont, California develops and manufactures products for healthcare and other markets.
PMs call for early implementation of US$ 100 million Line of Credit Agreement for defence procurement extended by India to Vietnam.
Implementing GST and dismantling inter-state check posts are the most critical reforms needed for Indian manufacturing.
With a rated power output of 2.8 MW and rotor diameter of 109 meters.
Capacity to manufacture close to 1000 tons of Glass per day.
Suggests HAL to develop products that have unique value, look to develop aero-engines and give thrust on out-sourcing.
As technological advancements continue to pervade manufacturing processes, eSourcing has become the go-to method to increase efficiency in the chain. - By Chirag Shah
Automotive companies must embrace the new targeting tools to help them understand where people are in their customer lifecycle. - By Kirthiga Reddy
The overall cloud awareness and readiness has improved and the manufacturing industry is responding by building a just-in-time technology foundation based on public and private clouds. - By Prashant Gupta
Enterprise systems are fast becoming table stakes, so the next big push would be to exploit convergence of social and mobile technologies for customer data and sensory data. - By Prasad Satyavolu and Badrinath Setlur
The emergence of new age technologies specifically SMAC will further add to the transformation of the manufacturing sector. - By Ramesh Subramanian
With 1 litre/100km*, EOLAB is a showcase for Renault’s innovations in favour of the environment and rises to the challenge of ultralow fuel consumption.
The Global Manufacturing Leadership Program aims to build a robust leadership pipeline, says HR Shashikant, Group Executive President, Group HR, Aditya Birla Group.
According to a recent Roland Berger study, the SCV segment will continue to grow at a CAGR of 13 percent till 2020 and reach a staggering volume of 919 k units by then. - By Dr. Wilfried Aulbur