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Increasing competition and manufacturing cost make it harder to stay competitive in a market where costs are rapidly on the rise; the only way forward is to improve productivity.
“We are also looking at new sectors like energy and oil transport, turbine blade manufacturing and bearing manufacturers for whom we have specialised tools.”
The ever increasing demand for stress free cutting with high precision is increasing in all sectors, predominantly in aerospace and advanced mobility.
“We enjoy strong goodwill in the market, making us more than a general product sales company.”
“The most important thing is to envisage the future machining development and to introduce solutions in line with the changing requirement matrix.”
Modern machining is about solutions and objectives that today are considered unachievable but tomorrow will be regarded as the new standard.
India’s technology in the construction equipment segment is at par to that offered in developed countries, says Vipin Sondhi, MD & CEO, JCB India Ltd By Niranjan Mudholkar
Andreas Lauenroth, Executive Director Technical, Volkswagen India Pvt Ltd says quality is the topmost priority for his plant and it can be achieved only through strict discipline. ...
We can deliver better value savings to customers through this technique by optimising the process parameters.