“In a market without adequate volumes, why should companies enter the automation manufacturing domain?”

While the rest of the world is poised at the threshold of Industry 4.0, India faces many challenges when it comes to automated manufacturing. In a candid conversation with Purba Das, senior business journalist and Paromik Chakraborty, technical journalist...

Managing the supply chain of electronic components in the repair industry is quite a...

Providers of repair services require components to serve their customers; however, vendors are more inclined to supply components to the manufacturers. This makes managing the supply chain of components a challenging affair for repair services. B. Nagendra, purchase manager-operations,...

Electronics supply chain management systems in India: Challenges and solutions

Today, competencies in electronics supply chain management (SCM) are seen as a critical requirement for organisations. In an attempt to understand and evaluate the current SCM scenario across India, Sudeshna Das, senior executive editor and Baishakhi Dutta, business journalist...

What’s new in stencil and screen printer systems?

Highly efficient, compact printers with the automatic stencil cleaning option are the latest trend in the market. These new stencil and screen printers have technical specifications that make them more precise, reliable and suitable for various applications in the...

What’s new in selective soldering systems?

Soldering nozzles and flux applicators play an important role in selective soldering, and the technological advancements in these products have resulted in higher productivity. By Sneha Ambastha Selective soldering is a process in which specific components are soldered to printed circuit...

“We are more local than most local companies when it comes to lighting in...

With its exclusive range of connected lighting systems and services, Philips Lighting is all set to develop the smart cities of tomorrow. In a conversation with the Electronics Bazaar team, Harshavardhan Chitale, vice chairman and MD, Philips Lighting India,...

Inquisitiveness and the zeal to innovate are the reasons behind Su-Kam’s success

Su-Kam Power Systems Ltd has a presence in 90 countries and has filed for over 100 patents. It manufactures more than 200 products including various solar products, UPS systems, batteries and customised solar solutions. By Baishakhi Dutta Su-Kam’s products cater to...

“I always focus on hiring people who are better than me and stronger in...

“Achievement comes from ordinary abilities applied with extraordinary persistence,” is the mantra that has brought Vijay Gujarathi, director and COO of EOS Power India Private Limited, a long way and helped him become a successful entrepreneur. In a lively...

Indian LED lighting industry: Poised for growth

The Indian LED lighting industry is expected to grow tremendously, even over the long term, on account of the demand for a smart, connected lifestyle and for energy-efficient products. By Sudeshna Das The lighting market in India is evolving rapidly, moving...

“I was always inclined towards manufacturing, but back in those days, it was more...

“In life, you win some and you lose some—that should not stop you from reaching your goals,” is the mantra that has helped B.M. Vaish, chairman, ITP Group, achieve great success in his life. In a lively conversation with...

GST Bill: The green signal for ‘one nation, one tax’

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is all set to be rolled out from July 1, 2017. The aim of the GST is to collate multiple taxes into one common tax. This move is expected to reduce the cost...

Are mobile phones truly being ‘Made in India’?

Let’s delve deeper to understand how the phased manufacturing programme (PMP), the implementation of the goods and services tax (GST) and greater domestic value addition could shape the Indian mobile manufacturing ecosystem in a positive way. By Sudeshna Das The Indian...

The role of testing in automotive electronics

The increasing use of electronics in the automotive industry has led to the requirement for more testing. Learn more about the new testing equipment available today… By Sneha Ambastha The infamous Toyota global car recall that happened between 2009 and 2011...

The latest in wave soldering systems

Various quality issues and the increased requirement for surface mount technology (SMT) component assembly work is forcing manufacturers to move away from the wave soldering technique. Wave soldering is not used widely these days. However, the recent introduction of machinery...

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Is the Indian solar sector at the crossroads?

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