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Automotive Product Finder Magazine | ACMA organises sixth MSME Summit for auto component makers
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The Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) hosted the 6th MSME summit – on the topic ‘An Enabling Environment for Global Leadership in Automotive Manufacturing’ – in Delhi on May 2, 2019.
Ram Venkatramani, President, ACMA, said, “As MSMEs continue to play a vital role in our economy, it is an imperative that they adopt a holistic approach to managing cost, quality, innovation, and R&D to stay relevant to their customers. Inadequate access to capital and latest technology has hampered the growth of MSME sector, and prevented it from graduating to the next level. Indian MSMEs need to work closely with institutions and universities which can collaborate with them to support in technology upgradation.”
The summit was addressed by eminent industry experts including Ram Venkatramani; J S Rangar, Chairman, CFT, MSME & Supply Chain, ACMA; Prof V Padmanand, Executive Director, Grant Thornton; R K Seth, GM (Cost, Sourcing & Purchasing), Honda Cars India Ltd; Rishi Raj Arora, GM (Purchase), India Yamaha Motor Pvt Ltd and Vinnie Mehta, Director General, ACMA.
Vinnie Mehta said, “To provide the right stimulus for growth of auto component MSMEs, the ACMA-UNIDO-DHI programme is a unique offering of cluster programmes at substantially reduced cost for upgrading manufacturing practices and skills."
Automotive Component Manufacturers Association Of India
Honda Cars India
Rishi Raj Arora
India Yamaha Motor Pvt Ltd
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