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Volume: XXV / No. 11 (Private Circulation For Members Only) July - 2019
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In Focus : Markets
Indian Railways: A way forward
This time, the Budget has opened up on the necessity for faster, safer, modernised trains. Along with the avalanche of investment pouring into the Indian Railways, it is the right time for the die and mould industry to tap the opportunity and show their mettle.
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In Focus : Technology
Indian Railways : Transforming Industry Dynamics
The liberalisation policy and the railway policies of the Government of India, in recent years, have created a positive impact on the railways component manufacturing industry. The field of railway machining is experiencing unprecedented demand and growth, which, in turn, stimulate innovations and promote the adoption of the latest technologies. Nishant Kashyap finds out some of the technologies that are being used for manufacturing rail coaches.
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In conversation With
bIndian tooling industry is transitioning from Reform to transform phaseb
Anand Wankhede, In-charge Tooling Operations (ETS), L&T Electrical & Automation Vadodara opines about the state of the Indian die and mould industry focusing on the opportunities and the areas of improvement required to take the Indian industry to the global competition.
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Interesting facts
Indian Railways
The full track length of Indian Railways can circle the equator one-and-ahalf times.
Indian Railways carry more than 25 million passengers every day, more than the entire population of Australia

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Union Budget 2019
Breaking from the past : Striving towards building a stronger India
The Union Budget 2019 has been grabbing the headlines all month. This was the first ever budget presented by a full-time woman finance minister in India- Ms. Nirmala Sitharaman. She broke away from the colonial briefcase system and brought back the traditional bbahi-khatab or the red ledger book on the Budget day. This time, the Union Budget aimed at providing the much needed thrust to the structural reforms to make India a USD 5 trillion economy by 2025. However, all said and done, the more important task here is to understand the things of significance that the budget has charted out to steer the economy away from downturn and the course for the machine and tool industry. Here are some of the things that various associations of the country and companies have pointed out:
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Opinion & More
Indian manufacturing holds big opportunities
Ashish Patankar, MD, Wire Rings opines as he talks about some of the key issues and the way forward for the growth of SMEs and MSMEs
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This is a great opportunity for India to grow
Sunil Prayaga, Founder, PBS Technologies talks at length about the challenges, opportunities and the way forward for the industry to grow and face international competition.
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Case Study
A Faster way to Better Products: Supreme Industries Speeds the Development Cycle with 3D Printing
The 3D printer has helped us reduce cost of error, time to market, and identify design flaws at an early stage.b Aniket Suryawanshi b Executive Product Designer b Supreme Industries Founded in 1942, Supreme Industries Limited (Supreme) is a leader in Indiabs plastics industry. The company handles a volume of over 320,000 tons of polymers annually, which makes it the countrybs largest plastic processor.
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Industry Updates
  • Hillenbrand, INC. to acquire Milacron Holdings Corp
  • BFW announces a wholly owned subsidiary m2nxt Solutions
  • Alstom unveils proposed HS2 train design
  • Bombardier wins additional order for 40 MOVIA metro cars from Delhi Metro
  • Siemens builds 9000 HP propulsion system to boost Indian Railwaysb electrification, haulage capabilities
  • Indian Railways to invest 50 lakh crores in the next 10 years creating pool of opportunities
  • More flexibility, maximum profitability
  • Divide By Zero launches AION500 MK3 b Worldbs Fastest 3D Printer
  • New damped CoroBore 825 improves security and productivity
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The industry was looking forward to a very positive business scenario looking at the stability in the central government. We were expecting an improvement in ease of doing business, increase in FDIs, and stability in the economy. However, there has been no sign of improvement. The situation has deteriorated with the Indian automotive facing the worst slowdown ever in India. The sentiment across the Indian manufacturing industry is very negative at the moment which is directly impacting the tooling business.
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