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“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.
“We enjoy strong goodwill in the market, making us more than a general product sales company.”
The ever increasing demand for stress free cutting with high precision is increasing in all sectors, predominantly in aerospace and advanced mobility.
“We are also looking at new sectors like energy and oil transport, turbine blade manufacturing and bearing manufacturers for whom we have specialised tools.”
He has just taken charge but Nigel Harris, President, Ford India, is pursuing aggressive expansion and transformation plans with aim of making India Ford’s global hub for small cars...
A keen sense of understanding of the market helped the company in near accurate demand forecasting which resulted in avoiding any production holidays, T Sarangarajan, Vice President,...
At the Die & Mould India 2014, The Machinist caught up with Ranjit Bhide, the new MD of DMG MORI India. He shared how he plans to build on the company’s legacy
Automation helps increase productivity as it is fast, simple and easy to install, says Manish K Sahay, Country Manager – India, Leuze Electronic Pvt. Ltd
It is a highly competitive world and the only way to stay ahead of competition is to innovate and to bring in new technologies, says Joydip Ghosh, Vice President - Filters Business...