Make In India: Propaganda vs. Reality

 

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Endowed with vast resources and demographic dividends, India has ample scope of speedy economic growth unlike many other developing countries. Government has taken a slew of measures to boost core industrial sectors of the country.

"Make in India" campaign is one of the several prominent programmes launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2014 for the purpose. Undoubtedly, the "Make in India" programme is all set to take the country's manufacturing industry to an all new level.

However, the success of the "Make in India" dream will see fruition by not just fencing out foreign imports and mandating locally made goods, but achieving competiveness of global standards in products and processes.

Taking Indian manufacturing to the world will thus depend on achieving this competitiveness by developing indigenous technologies, forming a skilled workforce, right investment scenario and supportive government policies, and increase in spending on R&D activities, many of which are yet to be ensured.

Japan has always been major supplier of advanced technologies and solutions to India, be it in manufacturing equipment, automotive segment, high speed railway project, and the Japan Plus project under DIPP that is currently guiding over 100 Japanese companies with investments worth $33.5 billion in India.

The fundamentals of Japan's economy contributed majorly to the growth of its manufacturing and technology sector. Though devoid of resources, Japan took steps in the right direction to evolve as a first line manufacturing and technology exporter of new and quality technology in the world. Accordingly, R&D activities are given priority and significant and steady share of the GDP is spent on it. To put things into perspective, India's expenditure on GDP is staggeringly low around 0.83 per cent, as compared to 3.59 per cent by Japan.

Japan's Daifuku is one of the largest global solutions providers in materials handling and logistics systems and brings you the most trusted advanced Japanese technology to your factory. With 80 years of experience in the field, Daifuku offers consulting, engineering, design, manufacture, installation, and after-sales services for logistics systems and material handling equipment and rightly keeps you "Always an Edge Ahead" as the brand proclaims.

Growing in step with the Japanese industry, Daifuku has always pursued more effective material handling and have accumulated experience in the manufacturing, distribution and service industry. Today Daifuku has operations throughout the world, with production sites and offices in 23 countries and regions.

Since installing its first conveyor system in Taiwan in 1975, Daifuku has helped customers throughout Asia streamline their materials handling processes. Currently with affiliates in China, Taiwan, South Korea, India, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia, Daifuku offers optimal logistics systems. Recently in 2014, New Zealand based BCS-group joined the group, establishing a business foundation in Oceania region as well.

With Daifuku North America Holding Company, the group has realized a number of accomplishments in the US from across an array of fields from manufacturing and distribution to airport. With its affiliates in Canada and Mexico, the group is also expanding well in Canada and Latin American region as well.

Remarkably, the group is credited with developing two of Europe's largest distribution centres in Sweden and Denmark and delivering a number material handling solutions to companies the United Kingdom, Germany and many other European countries. To further strengthen its foothold in European market, Daifuku entered a business alliance with Austria based Knapp, a specialist in piece picking systems.

The entire range of Daifuku's solutions includes Manufacturing and Distribution Systems, Cleanroom Production Line Systems, Automobile Production Line System, Airport Technologies, Auto Washing Technologies, and Electronics.

Daifuku's automated warehousing, various storage and transport systems, and sorting and picking systems are optimized for each customer, to distributors including e-commerce, retailers, wholesalers, transportation and warehousing, and to manufactures including food, pharmaceuticals and chemicals.

Daifuku's cleanroom transport and storage systems are essential in manufacturing semiconductor, flat panel display for smartphones and tablet computers.

Daifuku provides Automotive Factory Automation System to global automotive manufacturers as well as car wash machines to filling stations and automobile dealers. The business enhances eco-friendly functions.

A broad range of solutions for airports are available from Daifuku, including baggage handling systems, automated baggage check-in systems, baggage screening systems, and software and controls.

Through Daifuku's subsidiary Contec Co., Ltd. the group offers high end industrial personal computers, controllers used in medical devices, computers built in digital signage, and measuring/control systems for solar facilities.

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