A good way to reach targeted audience is to present yourself where they are. With the right strategy in place, Yaskawa India and its System Integrator M/S Nandini Enterprises exhibited at Cutting & Welding India exhibition from 3rd to 5th April’19 at Hyderabad that offered various new and exciting opportunities to promote the business in cutting and welding industry. This trade fair acted as the meeting point for the most influential decision makers for the cutting & welding industry in India.
During the show M/S Nandini Enterprises featured an array of YASKAWA products in Robotics Automation and Drives & Motion Control, to address ever-increasing industry demand in the region. Yaskawa Robot AR1440 with X350 was demonstrated during the show to give hands on experience of the welding application to visitors. Meeting industry leaders in the most promising market of India is one of the important features for participating in Cutting & Welding India that also created brand proximity and business opportunities in the region.
Cutting & Welding show gave a great platform to organizations to explore prospects and learn which direction the cutting, welding & surfacing Industry is moving in.
Very recently, Andhra Pradesh (AP) & Telangana outperformed 27 other states and seven union territories in the 2016-17 financial year as far as the ease of doing business within a state is concerned. This trend is likely to continue in the coming years as well. This is the best time to do business as well as setup new business here. Hyderabad is going to be a future gateway for doing business in the Southern Part of India.
The exhibition observed a decent footfall and got a good response with more and more visitors coming in, leading to quality lead generation.
Use of robotics in the cutting and welding sector in India has been steadily growing.Robots have been playing integral roles in some day to day activities and Indian markets are also competing globally for automation in today’s time. As per the current scenario, manufacturing the required components within the country rather than importing them will drastically bring down the costs and promote the whole ‘Make in India’ thought.
“Nowadays the new industrial revolution is Industry 4.0 of which everyone is talking about. In welding industry, the new innovation is about collecting big data at various stages of welding -collect the data, analyse it, correct it in real time thus reducing the requirement of exceptional skill levels in welding and thereby further reducing human interventions, improving quality and productivity while reducing costs.”
With participation in such exhibitions ,Yaskawa urge businesses to know what they want to accomplish in market segments like cutting and welding, automation, machine tools etc, to make the best choice for the application and their short and long-term goals and Yaskawa products & services will be there to support them in keeping their machines running reducing their downtime.
Press Note Release: ‘Indian Express’ on 27 February, 2020 – ...