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Title: Hoses and tubes all types. Power Transmission and Conveyin


1
Presented by Suhas Kulkarni 1 502 298
8710 suhas_at_induscommercial.com www.induscomme
rcial.com L Srinivasan CGN and Associates 1 502
407 7966 415 SW Washington St. Peoria, IL
61602 309-495-2502
2
  • India Global Business Network
  • 12.00 to 12.45 pm
  • Exporting
  • Global sourcing from India
  • 1245 100
  • Discussion/ Q A
  • 100 pm onwards
  • What I want out of this network - Vision
    definition
  • Future meetings/how we engage
  • More Discussion/Networking

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Outsourcing boom
Source - Ministry of Commerce, GOI
5
Mortgages / GDP()
Consumer Loans / GDP()
Credit Cards / GDP ()
Other Retail Loans / GDP ()
Consumption boom in India
6
Growth Q2 06/07 07/08
  • Mining quarrying at 7.7
  • Manufacturing at 8.6
  • Electricity, gas water supply at 7.3
  • Construction at 11.1
  • Trade, hotels, transport and communication at
    11.4
  • Financing, insurance, real estate and business
    services at 10.6 per cent
  • Community, social and personal services at 7.8
  • Agriculture, forestry fishing at 3.6

7
Foreign Direct Investment increase by 185
  • Electrical equipments (including computer
    software electronics)
  • Services sector (financial non-financial)
  • Telecommunications (radio paging, cellular
    mobile, Basic telephone)
  • Transportation industry
  • Fuels (power plus oil refinery)
  • Chemicals (other than fertilizers)
  • Construction activities
  • Drugs pharmaceuticals
  • Food processing industries
  • Housing and real estate

8
Energy
Chemicals
Education
HealthCare
Mining
Food Processing
Retail
Power
Defense
Water Resources
9
  • Airport and Ground Handling Equipment
  • Computers and Peripherals
  • Education Services
  • Electric Power Generation, Distribution and
    Transmission Equipment
  • Food Processing Cold Storage Equipment
  • Machine Tools
  • Medical Equipment
  • Mining and Mineral Processing Equipment
  • Oil and Gas Field Machinery
  • Pollution Control Equipment
  • Safety and Security Equipment
  • Telecommunications Equipment
  • Textile Machinery
  • Water Treatment

10
  • Healthcare

Spending increase projected from 20b to 60b in
5 years of beds 1.5/1000 as compared to
7.4/1000 in USA of physicians 0.5 compared to
1.5
Medical education training Medical, Nursing
paramedical training institutes ??Trans-border
movement of trained manpower ??Health tourism
22 /yr ??E-enabled healthcare Telemedicine
Health related outsourcing Medical
transcription Clinical Trials Medical
Equipment Health Insurance 0.9 of the
population
11
  • Ways to engage?

Exports Global Sourcing Outsourcing /
subcontracting Long term Business
Relationships Own Partner Subsidiary
12
  • Exporting
  • Assess Readiness
  • People
  • Cash
  • Product
  • Knowledge rules, laws, accounting
  • Market research
  • Pricing
  • Partnering is important
  • Distribution channels
  • Direct Sales Offices/Liaison
  • Distributorships

13
  • Global competition
  • Localized / regional
  • Relationship based
  • Franchising ready
  • Knowledge needed
  • Shipping / Customs / Inland freight
  • Terms of contract/s
  • Banking regulations
  • Warranty fulfillment
  • Test market

14
Pune
15
  • Seaports
  • Chennai
  • Vishakapatnam
  • Cochin
  • Tuticorin
  • Mangalore
  • Nhavasheva /JNPT /Mumbai
  • Kandla (Ahmedabad )
  • Dry Ports/Inland Port
  • Bangalore
  • Hyderabad
  • Delhi

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Investment in Airport Development Chennai USD
1.2 billion Vizag USD 7.5
million. Bangalore USD 32.5M Hyderabad USD
32.5M New Delhi Mumbai Sea Port Development
Kolkatta USD 700M Ennore USD
800M Tuticorin USD 960M Mumbai USD
580M Kandla USD 670M.
18
  • Export consulting
  • Market analysis
  • Logistics
  • Partnering
  • Joint Ventures/Partnerships
  • Facilities setup
  • Manufacturing/assembly/repairs and re-export
  • Offices

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CGN Associates 502-407-7966 www.cgn.net L.Srini
vasan lsrinivasan_at_cgn.net
21
Manufacturing Process Expertise
  • Casting (Sand casting, Shell mould casting,
  • Investment casting, pressure die casting)
  • Grey iron casting
  • Ductile iron casting
  • Steel casting
  • Brass/bronze casting
  • Aluminum casting
  • Forging
  • Machining
  • Turning
  • Milling
  • Honing
  • Grinding
  • Hobbing
  • Gear cutting
  • Sheet Metal work

22
What is being sourced from India
  • Automotive
  • All engine parts.
  • Torque Converter Case and gears
  • Pumps Assemblies water, hydraulic, oil fuel
    pumps)
  • Transmission Housing gears
  • Hoses and tubes all types
  • Power Transmission and Conveying Equipment,
  • Brakes Clutches
  • Stub shafts and gear shafts
  • Compression spring ,Tension springs,
  • Torsion springs etc.
  • Rubber parts like Diaphragms, seals,
  • Metal bonded parts ,V belts  Bellows, Gaskets,
    etc.
  • Fuel pipe assembly, hydraulic pipe assembly,
  • any type of pipe assembly (including
    collapsible pipe assembly)
  • All parts of Heavy Earth moving equipment

23
What is being sourced from India
  • Railway components
  • All steel castings such as Coupler body Knuckle
    casting
  • various other internal castings, which are
    used in coupler assy.
  • Fabricated items such housings, support, end
    plate, buff plate etc
  • Wear pads
  • Springs
  • Forgings
  • Under carriage parts, which are used in
    passenger/freight
  • Coaches, locomotives etc
  • Parts for varieties of valves, which are used in
    Air brake system
  • for locomotives and all types of coaches.
  • Air dryer parts used in railways
  • Compressor parts slack adjusters etc
  • Ferrous and nonferrous castings/ forgings.
  • Development of various types of machined
    components
  • Tools Dies

24
WHY Source from India ?
25
WHY INDIA
  • Indigenous capacity in developing process
    capability and IP
  • coupled with innovation
  • Large pool of talented engineers and scientists
  • Skilled in design and knowledge-based
    manufacturing
  • A well educated Supplier Base
  • Availability of abundant raw material
  • Skilled labor force
  • Good infrastructure facilities
  • Supplier awareness on quality and timely
    deliveries
  • Cost effective supply
  • Stringent IP laws
  • Quality ingrained at all levels
  • Awareness of Global competitiveness and the need
    to Excel

26
WHY INDIA
  • A vast manufacturing base including aircraft,
    locomotives, ships, cars,
  • power plants, capital machinery, chemicals,
    consumer electronics,
  • textiles and food products.
  • A free market society with advanced legal,
    financial systems and
  • a free press/media.
  • Largest concentration of English speaking
    educated workforce in Asia
  • Quality ingrained at all levels
  • Awareness of Global competitiveness and the need
    to Excel

27
Quality
  • Quality Council of India (QCI)
  • joint initiative of the Government of India and
    the Indian Industry
  • Establish an accreditation structure in the
    country
  • Provide information on Quality related
    standards
  • Spread quality movement in India
  • Majority of suppliers have ISO certification
  • Major Indian Manufacturers enforcing high
    quality needs
  • Quality seen as a sustainable competitive edge
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