Category — Industrial Goods

SunTrac Collaborates with India’s Perfect Infraengineers

SunTrac Solar Manufacturing LLC., a Wyoming limited liability company with its office in Tempe, AZ, entered into a collaboration with Mumbai, India-based Perfect Infraengineers.

Perfect Infra now has the license to manufacture SunTrac’s hybrid thermal systems, a proprietary technology, that integrates with heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, and refrigeration devices reducing compressor electricity consumption by up to 40%. Perfect Infra will also market and distribute these products under the ‘Perfect-SunTrac’ name.

These panels work on cloudy days, as long as the light available can cast a shadow, with visible light and invisible  ultraviolet-A and ultraviole-B rays. Perfect will provide ready-to-install systems with solar collectors and the necessary smart controls.

SunTrac Hybrid Thermal Systems

SunTrac Hybrid Thermal Systems

Perfect Infraengineers chairman and managing director Nimesh Mehta said that his company will fulfill SunTrac’s global order flow from the Middle East/North Africa regions, Australia and Asia, reports BusinessLine.

August 28, 2017   No Comments

DHL to Expand Warehouse Capacity in India

India’s rising e-commerce transactions coupled with the effect of introducing GST, the consolidated tax regime, will boost freight movement, and Deutsche Post DHL Group is getting warehouses ready for future business.

India’s e-commerce market, which currently logs 1.2 million transactions daily, is estimated to jump 31 percent annually over 2017-2020 to $80 billion, tax and advisory services company KPMG said in an August 2016 report. According to Knight Frank India Private Limited, the total warehousing requirement in the country’s top seven markets will rise to 839 million square feet by 2020 from about 621 million in 2016.

“We see business-to-consumer as the next big challenge, a big growth area and we really want to tap into that through businesses such as modern retail,” said Vikas Anand, Mumbai-based managing director at DHL Supply Chain India Pvt. Anand added that the company has an 8 to 10 percent share of the $3.5 billion Indian market, reports Bloomberg.

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DHL India says its sales have grown at about 30 percent annually over the past five years, double its estimate of the contract-logistics industry average, and that it expects to maintain its pace. It plans to invest more than $100 million in additional capacity in the next three to four years. It also intends to bolster its transportation network by using railroads where it can to improve time and fuel cost efficiency.

 

 

August 18, 2017   No Comments

Rolls-Royce to Increase R&D Headcount in India

Rolls-Royce plans to increase its workforce to three times its current number at its research and development center in Bangalore, India, by end of this year.

Rolls-Royce Director Benjamin Robert Story and Rolls-Royce India President Kishore Jayaraman met Federal Minister for IT Ravi Shankar Prasad to express their interest in engaging with the ‘Digital India’ initiative, reports the Times of India. The company expressed interest in investing in Indian startups working on artificial intelligence, machine learning technology and data analytics.

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June 26, 2017   No Comments

India Ratifies UN’s Convention for Goods Transit

India is the 71st signatory to the United Nations’ TIR (Transports Internationaux Routiers) Convention, an international transit system that facilitates the seamless movement of goods throughout countries in Asia and Europe.

TIR is the global standard for goods customs transit managed and developed by IRU, the world road transport organization. IRU, will work closely with all relevant stakeholders in India on training, development, and outreach efforts to prepare the country in six months in implementing the convention said Umberto de Pretto, secretary general of IRU.

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India recently ratified the trade facilitation agreement of the World Trade Organization, and this move will help India access transnational multi-modal connectivity.

Kazem Asayesh, senior advisor on TIR and Trade Facilitation said, “The TIR system has been facilitating trade and international road transport for over 60 years, by allowing customs-sealed vehicles and freight containers to transit countries, without border checks.”

A study in the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific region estimated that implementing TIR can generate economic benefits ranging from 0.14 to 1.31 percent of national GDP, reports the Times of India.

June 22, 2017   No Comments

India’s Proklean Tech’s Probiotic Products Find Global Markets

Chennai, India-based Proklean Technologies, has an exclusive license from Kansas City’s SCD Probiotics for using its certified mother culture to manufacture and market products that are natural, non-toxic, and bio-degradable. These products are used in variety of industries, including leather and textile processing. “Wherever chemical surfactants are used, we have an opportunity to develop a replacement,” says Sivaram Pillai, the CEO of the company.

BusinessLine reports that according to the agreement, SCD Probiotics will sell the product made in India for the leather industry globally, while Proklean will sell it in the Indian market. For the textiles processing industry, Proklean will sell the products in India and globally too. “We are selling in Bangladesh, the Philippines, Sri Lanka and we are starting Indonesia,” says Vishwadeep Kuila, director, Proklean.

Proklean Products

This year, Proklean will launch products for the paper and pulp industry. “We are ready with the first product for the paper industry, which will help reduce the usage of chemicals, or with the same chemical consumption, increase the brightness of paper,” Pillai said. These products help bring down water consumption by 20 percent, reduce pollution by 30 percent and processing time by 10 percent, added Pillai.

 

June 15, 2017   No Comments