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E-manufacturing 2003 inaugurated at Pune

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The inaugural session of the national seminar on ‘E-manufacturing 2003’ was conducted last week. 

Patangrao Kadam, Minister (Industries, Trade and Com-merce), Government of Maha-rashtra, launched a CD on IT companies based in Pune. The CD was prepared by Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Ind-ustries and Agriculture

(MCIA).

He said, “The WTO agree-ments had resulted in stiff competition in the manufactur-ing sector thereby the imple-mentation and practice of e-manufacturing would go a long way in making the Indian indus-try competitive in the global market.”

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Atul Kirloskar, President, MCCIA, in his welcome address, stated that most manufacturing companies in Pune had brou-ght about significant changes in their manufacturing process by involving greater participa-tion of technology. Most Indian manufacturing companies had got over the Chinese threat, thus proving that the quality was ultimately on the top of the customers’ mind.

During the session on ‘Manu-facturing excellence through application of IT’, Kishore Rao, MD, PTC India and Anil Kekre, Executive VP, Satyam Computer Services Ltd emphasized the need for constant product

innovation.

Cyber News Service

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