Main Features

  • Excelling in the Air

    Excelling in the Air

    The high demands on quality and the enormous pressure of global competition are forcing manufacturers and machine suppliers alike to develop...


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  • Driving Innovations

    Driving Innovations

    In an exclusive interview with MMI’s Chief Editor Soumi Mitra, Dr Heinz-Jürgen Prokop, Chairman, VDW (German Machine Tool Builders’ Association), sheds light on Asia’s growing presence in EMO Hannover; the show’s focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technologies and Additive Manufacturing; VDW’s initiative to support start-up companies; and umati, a quantum leap in the world of manufacturing. Excerpts…


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Special Features

  • SURVIVAL STRATEGIES IN ECONOMIC DOWNTURN

    SURVIVAL STRATEGIES IN ECONOMIC DOWNTURN

    Economic downturns give one an opportunity to introspect, rethink about ongoing activities, cut costs, increase cash flows, enhance technological capability...


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  • DMTX 2019: Joining the Dots

    DMTX 2019: Joining the Dots

    Organized by Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA), the third edition of Delhi Machine Tool Expo (DMTX 2019) effectively pulled in an impressive number of delegates and visitors from Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities from the nearby states of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, etc. at India Expo Centre & Mart, Greater Noida from August 08 – 11, 2019.


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Foreword

  • SWIMMING AGAINST THE TIDE

    SWIMMING AGAINST THE TIDE

    We are witnessing some challenges in the economy, especially in the automotive sector, which is undergoing some major disruption with the Government’s push for electric vehicles and a slowing down in demand for petrol and diesel variant vehicles.


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Publisher's Note

  • Publisher’s Note

    Publisher’s Note

    As one of the fastest growing economies in the world, India is one of the few bright spots in the world economy. The country which aspires to become a $5 trillion economy by the year 2024-25 with manufacturing sector alone contributing $1 trillion is expected to overhaul its manufacturing infrastructure. The auto industry, one of the major consumers of machine tools, is facing headwinds but we expect it to bounce back in the near future. Espousing technologies and solutions across the entire spectrum of industries along with optimized resource utilization will enable manufacturers to tide over the numerous challenges confronting them. The machine tool industry perhaps needs to explore more avenues such as defence and aerospace and make an impact there.


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