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Scheme being worked on for renewable manufacturing

Ministry to award contracts for renewable development India presses on with its ambitious renewable energy developments and has listed out potential award of contracts hence on while industry’s investment interest will be assessed with invitation to set up plant manufacturing facilities.

Govt plans goods and services promotion globally

Market specific business plan being prepared These export plans should come with rebates just like China which gives incentives to the country’s exporters of value added products. Editor. The Ministry of Commerce and Industry is in the process of preparing a proper business plan based

Indian foods need to focus on global standards

Study sees scope for investment in technology India’s US$121 billion food processing needs to focus on product conformity with global standards and quality together with factors like logistics traceability and safety, quality of packaging and delivery.

Bilcare to supply A1 foils to global pharma packgers

Indian pharma companies welcome Chemipear1TM XSP India’s Bilcare Limited Aims to provide Al foils coated with water based heat seal coating under the Japanese-brand “Zeon AquaTM” to global pharmaceutical packaging industry for the PTP (push-through-pack) blister packaging application.

AFL ventures into the Indian market

CIS will provide manufacturing excellence   AFL, a leading manufacturer of fiber optic cable, equipment and accessories, has expanded its global footprint by entering the Indian market. AFL has partnered with Citadel Intelligent Systems Pvt Ltd (CIS), a Bangalore-based start-up, to manufacture optic fiber solutions

EVs can help reduce 1 giga-tonne emission in India

Report lists strategies and solution to electric vehicles India can leapfrog the western mobility paradigm of private-vehicle ownership and create a shared, electric and connected mobility system, saving one giga-tonne of carbon-dioxide emissions by 2030, says an industry report.


Kant calls for more collaboration

Kant suggests compulsory apprenticeship Amitabh Kant, CEO, National Institute of Transforming India (NITI) Aayog has called for more industry-academia collaboration and develop requisite skills in technology urgently.

Indian ship repair industry expands

Cochin to build new facilities India’s shipbuilding industry is expanding to become a global ship repair hub and build most of the small and medium-size vessels for deployment in the country’s upgraded waterways or river-highways.