Proudly Making in India, Selling Across the World

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call to global firms to “come, make in India” and for local manufacturers to “dream of ‘Made in India’ products” may seem ambitious. But it’s not mission impossible. Because both local and global players are set on the ‘Made in India, with pride’ path already. The US-based tractor and agricultural products maker John Deere set up a manufacturing facility in India back in 1999. As the country’s largest tractor exporter, it now sends out India- made products to 75 countries. India is also the care of address for global computer makers Dell and Lenovo, consumer electronic giants Samsung, LG and Panasonic, automakers Hyundai, Volkswagen, Ford and BMW—all of whom ‘make in India’. Homegrown players like Mahindra & Mahindra, Godrej, Marico and Videocon too export locally-made products. The Chennai-based TVS Group, which is a leading supplier of automotive components, prides itself on its India-made products. While many of its 50 companies have made a name for themselves on the quality front, five have won the Deming award for total quality management. “India is the most competitive destination with lowest cost of production. Above all, we have the best engineering talent in the world,” says Venu Srinivasan, chairman, TVS Motors. He should know; the company’s exports grew by 30 per cent last year.


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    Proudly Making in India, Selling Across the World - The New Indian Express
     
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