The Biggest rendition of future of Indian Engineering brilliance, eight edition of International Engineering Sourcing Show (IESS VIII) organized by EEPC India under the aegis of the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India happened to support ‘Smart Engineering’ in Chennai on 14-16 March, 2019. IESS VIII, with its unique concept, acted as an ideal Platform for the manufactures to showcase their engineering competence and leverage global opportunities for export and trading business. It witnessed the participation of around 400 exhibitors, 500 overseas buyers and 10,000 trade buyers with partnered country Malaysia.
Yaskawa India Robotics system integrator Axis Global Institute of Industrial Training from Chennai also participated in IESS as a step forward to strengthen its engineering business internationally. AGIIT exhibited its competencies and showed Yaskawa product range, specifically to mention Yaskawa Robot AR 1440 with 350A power source acted as a show stopper at the stall and gathered a decent footfall of prospective customers from Indian and international markets.
Since Malaysia and India are moving towards a technology driven Automotive Industry equipped with shared mobility, connectivity, electrification and autonomous driving, this is the most appropriate time for Malaysia Automotive, Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii) to identify and transform the country’s automotive companies towards achieving Industry 4.0-ready status through the industry4WRD Readiness Assessment (RA) and Invention Program (IP).
Mr. Ajay Gurjar – Dy. COO Yaskawa India (Robotic Division) along with Mr. R. Rajesh – AGM Sales – South Region marked their presence at the event and inaugurated the stall of its system integrator, Axis Global Institute of Industrial Training, built in the indoor area.
Looking at the visitors’ response during the event, Mr. Ajay shared his thoughts, “Over the last few years, many Indian MSMEs have successfully raised their standards to the global level, with respect to which India is today teeming up with opportunities to export their highly innovative products and machinery to other countries, at a competitive price.”
“At the same time, several countries are very well aware of the technology levels available in India and the high skill level of Indian manufacturer that emerging their interest to invest in the Indian market and are keen to be part of the process of rapid development of India. It also supports the Skill development initiative of Govt. of India. We as a Robotic company are ready to support our system integrators to cater International market and enhance the business opportunities”, he quoted.
Confederation of Indian Industry commonly known as CII in India, ...