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Convex signs pact with Chinese welding equipment firm AOTAI Electric

By Niranjan Mudholkar,

Added 27 July 2015

To market welding and cutting equipment in western India


Convex Corporation, the engineering products division of Convex Group, has signed an agreement with China’s AOTAI Electric Co. Ltd, a global leader in welding equipment manufacturing, to market welding and cutting equipment in western India.

The agreement will focus on providing comprehensive marketing and application engineering support to AOTAI for its high-end products like welding machines, robotic solutions and automation products.

“We are extremely proud of our association with AOTAI. We are committed to providing comprehensive engineering products and solutions to our customers that are cost effective and sustainable. This agreement will strive towards delivering innovative and technically advanced solutions to the infrastructure, automotive, shipping, steel and power industries,” said Chetan Ghuwalewala, Director, Convex Group.

AOTAI’s General Manager, of Overseas Market Dept. Grace Luo commented on the agreement, “The Indian engineering industry has a tremendous growth potential in the next couple of years, owing to the overall growth of other sectors which it caters to. Our agreement with Convex comes at a time when the industry is focussed on developing more solutions within the country, and AOTAI is proud to support this initiative.”

T.P. Mukherjee, Vice President (Engineering) & Business Head, Convex Group says “The engineering sector in India has witnessed a remarkable growth over the last few years, owing to increased investments.

"Since, the sector is closely associated with other industries it is of significant importance to the Indian economy. The agreement between Convex and AOTAI is in line with the government’s ‘Make in India’ vision and is a step towards establishing India as a hub for engineering and innovation.”

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