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Understanding Market Demands and Envisioning Future Requirements Constantly Drives Koch- Glitsch.
Koch-Glitsch attributes its business success to its commitment to safety and compliance while creating real long-term value for its customers. Koch-Glitsch maintains its focus on building strong customer relationships by striving to understand its customers’ needs, meet its commitments, and exceed customer expectations. Jatin Parikh, CEO, Koch Glitsch talks to Chemical Engineering World about its journey in providing exclusive engineering services for more than two decades
Jatin Parikh,
CEO
Koch Glitsch
"EPC Business - Future is good but patience required"
At present, the Indian EPC sector has been going through tough times due to fall in global oil prices, which impacted pricing of petroleum products, ultimately affecting the financials of the Petrochemical & Allied Chemical Industry restraining them from making new investments. Mr. P D Samudra, CEO & Managing Director, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (India) & the CEO, Regional Cluster India, tkIS AG Group shares his views on current market crisis, Indian EPC market, Goods & Service Tax Bill and the Governments Make In India initiative in a conversation with Mittravinda Ranjan.
Mr. P D Samudra,
CEO & Managing Director, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (India) & the
CEO, Regional Cluster India, tkIS AG Group
"This is a great time for course correction"
"For the 'Make-in-India' campaign to be a real success, the government has to find a way to create a level playing field by ironing out anomalies in the taxation structure and taking some steps to implement a 'Preferential Pricing' mechanism which will maximize the utilization of the domestic manufacturing base, provide further encouragement to Indian suppliers and service providers and aid employment generation in the country," said Mr Subramanian Sarma, CEO & Managing Director L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering in an interview with Mittravinda Ranjan.
Mr Subramanian Sarma,
CEO & Managing Director
L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering
"Heavy Engineering Industry to Witness Opportunities in Nuclear Power, Defence and Process Sector"
Customers are becoming more demanding and also looking for long term partnerships, based on trust and transparency. The organizations need to be agile in responding in time, to customer queries. Customers nowadays expects complete transparency from suppliers and are interested in long term relationship which will help both parties in the long run says S N Roy, Member of Board & Whole-time Director, L&T (Power, Heavy Engineering & Defence) in an exclusive interview with Chemical Engineering World.
S N Roy
Member of Board & Whole-time Director,
L&T (Power, Heavy Engineering & Defence)
"The Industry both globally and in India has remained well balanced in terms of demand and supply equilibrium"
GHCL strongly believe that to maintain sustainability in business it is of paramount importance that one should focus on all its stakeholders which results in operational harmony leading to long term business sustainability. It has been actively working towards meeting its corporate social responsibilities, says R S Jalan, Managing Director, GHCL as he discusses about GHCL's expansion plans, Anti-Dumping duty, Sustainability, Effects of China's slowdown, Goods & Service Tax Bill, Make In India initiative and organisation's future plans in an exclusive interview with Chemical Engineering World
R S Jalan,
Managing Director,
GHCL
"Our combination of years of experience with a culture of innovation is a key differentiator as we work towards building a sustainable industry"
It is difficult to compare the situation in 2008 with the situation today. The crisis in the financial sector impacted the economy as a whole, while the current state of affairs is limited to the oil and gas sector. The global markets are sensitive to so many issues that it has become difficult to predict the impact of any one single factor says Sanjay Joshi, India Country Manager, Aker Solutions in an exclusive interview with Chemical Engineering World.
Sanjay Joshi,
India Country Manager,
Aker Solutions
"Emerging Markets, Like India, Have To Go a Long Way for Development of Equipment & Processes Targeting Low Energy Intake, High Product Quality and Zero Effect on Environment"
Vacuum industry in India is still in its infancy stage. There are very limited indigenous manufacturers offering products & services to global standards. This has created a market for foreign players and large quantum of advanced vacuum pumps, gauges & allied accessories are being imported. Now, there is a growth in the Indian industries who are gearing up to meet the international levels of design and manufacture and this would result in a good growth when solutions offered are energy efficient and eco-friendly, says Rajesh Malhotra, Group Managing Director, Everest Group in an exclusive interview with Chemical Engineering World.
Rajesh Malhotra,
Group Managing Director,
Everest Group
"Sustainability plays a critical role which will not be confined to environment, but also factor the abilit y to balance profit, people and bring innovations"
Mr. Thomas Udesen, Head of Procurement, Bayer AG, was recently in Mumbai to attend the Together For Sustainability conference. He spoke to Chemical Engineering World on the complexities of global supply chains, the changing roles of procurement personnel and how India can participate more actively as a strategic sourcing partner for global majors.
Mr. Thomas Udesen,
Head of Procurement,
Bayer AG
"Kurkumbh Manufacturing Facility Will Strengthen Henkel's Growth Strategy for Emerging Markets"
Backed by the success of nearly 140 years, Henkel Adhesive Technologies India Private Limited (Henkel India), a subsidiary of Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Germany is the market leader in adhesive technologies, sealants and functional coatings. Shilip Kumar, President, Henkel India, discusses his new role of leading the organization and the investments in India to provide adhesive technologies domestically as well as in the international markets in a candid conversation with Mittravinda Ranjan
Shilip Kumar,
President,
Henkel India
" Taking Pride in 'Make in India' "
With a stable government in place, India seems to be on a high growth trajectory. Infrastructure spend of USD 1 trillion will see an addition of another USD 600 million which has created a positive sentiment in the process industry. Mittravinda Ranjan interacted with Lars Dithmer, Managing Director, Alfa Laval (India) Limited about his thoughts on the present Indian market, industries that have propelled the country’s growth, challenges he foresees among other aspects.
- Lars Dithmer, Managing Director, Alfa Laval (India) Limited
“INTERGRAPH BUILDS ON TRUST AND COLLABORATION”
Intergraph has built a strong tradition as an industry leader worldwide. Owner operators are a central part of Intergraph’s growth strategy. Chemical Engineering World recently met with Gerhard Sallinger, president of Intergraph Process, Power & Marine, to discuss how Intergraph’s solutions are meeting the needs of owner operators.
- Gerhard Sallinger, President, Intergraph Process, Power & Marine
“Sanguine about Providing High Value Services of International Standards”
Celebrating 100 years of being a trusted global leader in providing Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) services, Fluor Corporation has really come a long way in delivering world-class solutions to its clients worldwide, optimising their assets, improving their competitive position and increasing their long-term business success. Arun Jain, Managing Director, Fluor Daniel India Pvt Ltd, talks about Flour’s success in India along with its strategies and future plans.
- Arun Jain
Managing Director, Fluor Daniel India Pvt Ltd
Foreign EPC players are willing to prove their ‘EPC ambitions’ in India
Lack of in-house engineering capabilities is one of the major constraints for Indian EPC players, says Dr Reinhart Vogel, Managing Director, Linde Engineering India Pvt. Ltd. In an e-interview with Harshal Y Desai, he futher highlights how the industry has grown over the years in the country.
Dr Reinhart Vogel
Managing Director,
Linde Engineering India Pvt. Ltd.
Is EPC Concept Yielding to CPE Control?
It has been well established over decades that the mode of project implementation plays decisive role in terms of achieving the desired end results. In fact the last three decades have seen value and complexity of the projects steadily increasing considering availability of feedstocks, diversities of technologies, products slate and plant configuration as well as financial strategies.
Prabhakar Bhandarkar
Director - Business Development
Simon India Ltd
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