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Introduces latest telematics technology 'Livelink' in its range of machines.
Purchase price of 50 percent stake to total €3 billion in addition to a distribution of €250 million.
Will process up to 400,000 tonnes of galvanised (corrosion resistant) steel coil a year.
NR Narayana Murthy, Azim H Premji, Dr Devi Shetty are some of the eminent past recipients.
The new policy is likely to focus on capacity addition.
Plant to be integrated with existing chemical and refining operations; completion expected in 2016.
Two develop two industrial parks; one each in Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu.
Combined company with Pro Forma sales of more than EUR30 billion and 138,000 employees.
Primarily intended for companies operating in manufacturing, construction, and logistics.
Continues to enhance environment-friendly and sustainable production.
To invest EUR475 million over the next 5 years.
Accepts German Chancellor's invitation; PM Modi likely to attend.
He is committed to build Nissan into one of the largest overseas manufacturers in the country with a significant share of the market.
Getting into full-fledged vehicle manufacturing is a natural progression for us as JBM Group has already been doing contract manufacturing over the years for various renowned OEMs in the country, says Nishant Arya, Executive Director, JBM Group....
Simulation speed is very important to manufacturers, but so is the amount of time spent preparing a simulation and its accurate representation of the physical process, says Bryan Jacobs, Marketing Communications Manager, CGTech.
Our main advantage is the possibility to react very quickly – with no loss of precision and quality, says Rajeev R. Vaidya, MD, OPEN MIND CADCAM Technologies India Private Ltd.
An upgrade to a newer version of ABB’s robot controller—the robot’s ‘brain’—has led to key improvements in failure risk, maintenance and spare part utilisation for Kia Motors’ large manufacturing plant in Hwasung, South Korea.
His Company’s emphasis is on the competence of optimised and efficient processes, which help customers to be competitive in the long term, says Ramji Singh, Country Head, EPLAN India.
As technological advancements continue to pervade manufacturing processes, eSourcing has become the go-to method to increase efficiency in the chain. - By Chirag Shah