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Digital manufacturing could be the next big opportunity for India
Digital manufacturing goes beyond just Industry 4.0, blending manufacturing with IT, including artificial intelligence, virtual reality and the Internet of Things.
As the world goes ABC (anything-but-China), India amps up its electronic manufacturing
India is stepping on the pedal to become an electronic...
Additive manufacturing will drive new frontiers of innovation in the near future
Additive manufacturing makes it possible to produce whole as...
ETRise Top MSMEs Ranking: Antibiotics are polluting the environment. Cellzyme Biotech has the antidote
Pharmaceutical companies have often received flak for using harmful chemicals to produce drugs and antibiotics which not only possess a threat to the environment but also decrease yield. Cellzyme Biotech is redefining this narrative by implementing the green manufacturing process to develop enzymes.
India well-poised for digital transformation of manufacturing
The discourse on advanced digital technologies is most current as the COVID19 pandemic illustrated that the digital age is truly upon us. Almost overnight businesses, governments, educational institutions, health care providers and many others went online.
Industry hails PLI scheme, bats for an MSME targeted plan
Industry experts contend that the PLI scheme is a well directed initiative that will help in making India a competitive destination for electronics manufacturing and give a boost to nation’s Atmanirbhar Bharat drive.
They pivoted their business to survive the pandemic. But is it enough?
Many small businesses changed track during the lockdown to meet the consumer demand for Covid-essentials. But with the demand curve again undergoing a shift, post the various unlock phases, will it mean fight or flight for the scores of MSMEs in the country?
Business resumptions sustained in early October but resurging virus a risk to growth: Nomura
“A moderation in daily new infection cases and the government’s decision to ease lockdown restrictions from October 15 should further support activity in October,” Nomura said but cautioned that with the festive season and the Bihar elections approaching, the risk of virus cases resurging remains a risk to sequential growth momentum.
Innovation to hold the key to India’s future growth: Piyush Goyal
Innovation led advanced production technologies will foster inclusive and sustainable industrial development, said Piyush Goyal, Minister of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.
World MSME Day: Small businesses deserve genuine support to return to vibrancy
MSMEs are an important part of larger national and global value chains and their health has a bearing on supply chains overall and indeed the ability to supply numerous goods and services.
A cool opportunity for India to be an AC manufacturing hub
The air-conditioning sector is primed for growth, and experts believe India can take advantage of this situation.
Innovations in renewable energy will give boost to Atmanirbhar Bharat, says Piyush Goyal
Emphasising that the triangle of innovators & startups, industry and government is imperative to bring such solutions to scale, Goyal stated that such efforts can help to strengthen our 'transmission network.'
Over 70% small businesses look at cutting jobs to sustain themselves: AIMO Survey
On the issues likely to be faced during the Unlock 1.0 period which began this week , the survey covered various aspects such as visibility of demand, collection of pending dues , raw materials , future EMI payments along with present interest burden and salary issues.
Uptick expected in guar futures; may not be sustained, says industry
“As the area sown under guar has reduced, we expect that production may fall from 9 million bags of 100 kilograms each in the previous year to about 7.5 million bags this year,” said Dilip Sarda, a guar gum manufacturer from Rajasthan.
A myth that sustainability for MSMEs cannot coexist with economic profitability: Pradeep Mehta, CUTS
We can take clues from Germany, where MSMEs are the prime economic actors for some time now, and they comply with all the sustainability rules, which are of much higher standards from those being sought in India.