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Dow Corning fortifies presence in India
Dow Corning, a successful pioneer in promoting the use of silicones for various applications, is upbeat about the Indian market, and with the intention of staying closer to the market needs of the Indian sectors, has launched its third largest application development centre globally at Powai in Mumbai.
Bhadresh Dani joins Bharat Bijlee
Bhadresh Dani has recently joined Bharat Bijlee as Vice President & Head - Drives & Automation Division. A Power Electronics Engineering graduate, he completed his management education from Henley Management School
Greg Foran joins Walmart China
Greg Foran will replace Scott Price as the new chief executive for Walmart China. Price is named as executive vice president for international strategy and will handle a wide range of global operations including development, real estate and mergers and acquisition.
Panters +ve and -ve rapier looms
An unparalleled experience in textiles, integrated with the most modern applications in electronics enabled Panter to conceive the E58 that according to Panters tradition, is available both in the positive rapier version, E58P and negative one, E58.
Delta launches PMT panel mount power supply
Delta Electronics, the worlds no 1 provider of switching power supplies, introduced the highly affordable and reliable PMT panel mount power supply series with the addition of a 48V output voltage providing 150W power rating model.
Knitted fabrics for industrial application
The rapid increase in market potential for industrial textiles and its application has led high profile manufacturers to develop specialised fabric for knitting and serve the end purpose efficiently in sectors such as agriculture, construction, geotextiles, automotive, protective apparel and electronics, affirms Abdulwahid Dadhiwale.
E-tailing to touch Rs 50,000 cr
As per a study by CRISIL, online retailing - both direct and through marketplaces such as eBay - will triple to become a Rs 50,000 crore by 2016, growing at a whopping 50-55 percent per year over the next three years
Loepfe parts: Integral part of weaving
Today, many new products are an integral part of weaving machines and therefore not always recognisable as LOEPFE products by the end customer.