April 2009

Indian market is rife with opportunities

Elcoteq SE, the largest EMS provider with consolidated net sales for 2007 scaling 4 billion euros and current scale manufacturing capacities tantamount to place 5,00,000 components per hour, provides global end-to-end solutions comprising product development services, supply chain management, new product introduction, manufacturing and after-market services for customer products. Focussed on telecom and communications vertical, it is a winner. Sukhvinder Kumar, general manager, Elcoteq Electronics India, a subsidiary of Elcoteq SE, speaks to Jesus Milton Rousseau S. of Electronics Bazaar about its success in India and its vision for a glorious future in the Indian market

Plug & Socket Market Booming with Growth in Consumer Electronics Products

The market could grow further if the Indian manufacturers become aware of the benefits of using high quality plugs and sockets in their instruments

Energy efficient products will be the future trend

Few would dispute that Microtek International Pvt Ltd is a leading peripheral manufacturer, boasting of being the “most preferred brand”. Managing that commanding position falls largely on its seasoned chairman, N K AggarwaL. In his years at the company,...

We will grow at a much faster pace than the overall market in India

Premier Farnell is a leading multi-channel, high service distributor of electronic components, electrical parts, industrial and maintenance and repair and operations products. It supports millions of engineers and purchasing professionals throughout Europe and Asia and recently participated in a survey conducted by the Electronics Bazaar research bureau to assess the impact of the global recession on the electronics sector in India. On the occasion, Mr Salman Syed, director, Asia Pacific (APAC), Farnell, spoke to Sudeshna Das of Electronics Bazaar about the company’s business-augmenting strategy for its India business and how it plans to stave off the economic lethargy that grips the business world today

LED Lighting is Here to Stay

Government should encourage manufacturers to set up large LED plants by offering capital subsidy

UPS, inverter segment breezes through recession

Although there is a general feeling of recession in the industry, global meltdown has marginally touched the UPS and inverter segment, but players have comfortably handled the situation with their strategic plans and farsighted vision

India is a meaningful market for Indium

Indium Corporation finds a “meaningful” market in India as it foresees its economy to grow significantly in the coming years. A principal materials supplier to the global electronics assembly, semiconductor fabrication and packaging, solar photovoltaic and thermal management markets, Indium was founded in 1934. This eminent solder developer proffers a gamut of products and services as well as varied technical support pertinent to advanced materials science. With factories in China, Singapore, UK and the US, this ISO 9001-registered company is also a four-time Frost & Sullivan Award winner. Ross Berntson, vice-president of Solder Products Business Unit, Indium Corporation, spoke to Atanu Kumar Das of Electronics Bazaar in an exclusive interview about the company’s India plans and how it intends to combat global recession

What’s daunting SMT’s usage?

Despite manufacturers vouching for its enormous potential, SMT is yet to be popular in India. Relatively higher capital costs and lack of awareness about its advantages are keeping people away from its incorporation into manufactural structures

March 2009

When the going gets tough… The tough get going

How has the current economic turmoil affected India’s electronics industry? How hard have we been hit? While trying to figure out these issues, we chanced upon many firms that are still going ‘tough’ and are determined to grow despite...

SMPS Dominates Power Supplies Market

The market size is huge and estimated to be over Rs 5000 million in India.

Funds Generating is our Major Challenge

All India Manufacturers Organisation (AIMO), an apex organisation of manufacturers, is recognised as an effective spokesperson of the industry and business by the Central and state governments. Amit Kumar Sen, president, AIMO, speaks to Jesus Milton Rousseau S. of Electronics Bazaar about the organisation and its activities.

Will 2009 Weaken the Global Electronics Industry?

The global electronics industry has caught the cold of the worldwide economic slowdown. Which are the sectors that will be sneezing first and how long will it take the industry to recover? By: EFY News Network Friday, February 18, 2009: The...

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