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Indian Companies win big at the BSCIS Awards 2024

Overall, in 2024, a record 1124 organisations won an International Safety Award, from a total of 1251 applications.Read more

Avians offers advanced fire rated rolling shutters

This shutter will enhance safety in industrial environments.Read more

“India is aiming for $ 300 bn in engineering goods exports by 2030”

In this interview with Rakesh Rao, Arun Kumar Garodia, Chairman, EEPC India, analyses the performance of India’s engineering goods exports and factors driving the global demand for Indian engineering goods.Read more

FTAs boost Engineering exports; shipments to Russia double

While Russia has become a major trading partner in the last two years largely due to imports of petroleum crude, engineering exports to the country have doubled during April-February this yearRead more

DGFT: Exporters must adhere to new UK regulations for duty benefits

The US, European Union (EU), Australia, Japan and many other developed countries grant unilateral import duty concessions to developing countries under their GSP schemesRead more

Private companies increasingly engage in defense manufacturing

The Indian government recently initiated the development of two defence industrial corridors, located in Uttar Pradesh and Tamil NaduRead more

Niti Aayog introduce plan to enhance MSME sector exports

The Indian government recently initiated the development of two defence industrial corridors, located in Uttar Pradesh and Tamil NaduRead more

Control Print acquires 50.4% stake in UK-based Codeology Group

Control Print plans to use Codeology’s print and apply systems in Indian market in the next three months. Control Print has acquired 50.49 per cent of the stake in the company for £ 1 millionRead more

ACREX India 2024: Exploring future horizons in HVAC Innovation

Organised by ISHRAE and Informa Markets in India, the premier exhibition takes place from February 15 to 17 at IEML, Greater Noida, Delhi-NCR.Read more

Red Sea attacks spark shipping disruptions, pose inflation risk

Following the assault by Iran-backed Houthi militants on commercial vessels in the Red Sea, shipping companies are redirecting their cargoes, opting to sail around Africa instead of using the Suez Canal's shorter route.Read more

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