This year, Covid-19 pandemic has made every business and individual persistence challenging in a shortest time duration. The period when whole world was at halt and businesses were looking with a hope of survival keeping its workers motivated & encouraged, Yaskawa India revamped its way of doing things to support their clientele ensuring the trust they have shown on Yaskawa team over the years becomes more stronger.
During the three-month long lockdown since mid-March as the coronavirus pandemic made physical events impossible. Yaskawa India stood strong and took a slightly different approach by initiating one of its kind program of virtual e-Seminar & webinars connecting with its customers and partners to help them improve their industrial & manufacturing businesses viz-a-viz automotive, non-automotive , tier1/2, FMCG and MSMEs, etc.
On May 25th 2020, e-Seminar [Gujarat Chapter] was organized by Yaskawa India Robotics division wherein for the first time on an open virtual common platform industry colleagues were invited via different channels with an agenda to enable them learn virtually about the Robotic automation & how Yaskawa Arc welding technologies can help their businesses to streamline their productivity ,add value in manufacturing lines, save on production cost and to deliver the quality and speedy output in this new normal followed by question answer session.
“The program acted as an open platform for businesses to experience serendipitous bonding with Yaskawa India team. Moreover, the benefit with such initiatives has a lot going for businesses as virtually doing events like these are more accessible, save attendees time as they don’t have to travel, more flexible and in some ways is good for environment too”, cited Ajay Gurjar, COO – Robotics Division, Yaskawa India Private Limited.
Ajay Gurjar added, “At crucial times also, Yaskawa India team proved to stand with its customers with 24×7 support, e-Seminar [Gujarat Chapter] and various webinars which transformed the learning capabilities of manufacturing and automation during the lockdown period. Over 90 plus trainings Pan India were conducted with more than 2800 attendees from 300+ automotive & non-automotive companies. Topics covered namely, Post lockdown -Digital solutions guide on Robot Maintenance, Basic Operations & Maintenance of Arc Welding, Handling, Spot welding, Painting applications, Motosim Introduction & basic operations.”
“In past times, Yaskawa organised Customer seminars with physical presence house full of hundreds of people reacting to it. When you get to watch people’s reaction—the laughs, the claps, the gasps—it’s unlike anything else in events like these. People know what to expect from physical events, while online events are still a relatively new concept to some”, spoke Ms.Arshleen Ahluwalia, AM-Marketing Communications, Yaskawa India Pvt. Ltd. and moderator of e-Seminar [Gujarat Chapter].
“At Yaskawa India, we always keep on experimenting with new ideas to deliver our best & stand strong to meet customer’s expectations. Whether events are virtual or physical, if you put the great work out there, you will find the audience”, shared Arshleen Ahluwalia.
“While considering the need to run companies with minimum manpower and adherence to social distancing , Yaskawa India see Robotics as the solution for future manufacturing and value supply chain delivering the best in class Robotics automation & AI with Industry 4.0 as smart factory notion increasing the work from home feasibility. To do so, we shall keep ourselves up to hold such events again and again benefitting customers and economy with industrial growth” said Mayank Jain, Regional Manager- Gujarat and presenter.
Team Yaskawa India strongly believe, “Do It Right and how we can bring value 365 days of the year.” As the situation will take time in getting real normal, industry shall start production to grow & enable economy expands beyond ;Yaskawa stands as a backbone to rectify manufacturing problems & would like to congratulate everyone for doing exciting things at their companies and urge to upkeep
health for both machinery & self.
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