January 2018 Issue
Vol. 11 No. 11
Electronic components manufacturing in India: Poised for growth
Rapid growth in domestic components manufacturing is vital for the sustainable development of the Indian electronics industry. While there is a considerable increase in the demand for electronic components in the country, quite a few challenges still need to be addressed to meet this demand with local products.
Electronics Bazaar Advisory Panel
Thought leaders of India’s ESDM sector, who are advising us on how to facilitate faster growth of electronics industry in India
PCB Board Assembly manufacturing, in action
What do factories in India look like? How are they set up? To answer some of these questions, we have started this photo series. The plant we feature in this series manufactures PCB assemblies.
ROHM takes the two-wheeler EV route in India
The Japanese semiconductor company, ROHM, considers India an important market and expects more than 10 per cent of its global sales to come from this country, by 2022. The company is currently growing at a good pace and plans to consolidate its presence in the Indian market.
Govt Policies & Schemes|
Net zero imports: A distant dream?
The Indian electronics industry is hoping that the government’s plan of introducing a new electronics policy will give it a much-needed boost. Will MeitY’s agenda of achieving ‘net zero imports’ in electronics by 2020 bring about clarity or chaos? Industry leaders are keeping their fingers crossed, but also wonder if this ambitious target is achievable by 2020.
India is a market that looks for cost-efficient products
Pico Technology is a leading manufacturer of PC based oscilloscopes for industrial applications. In conversation with Baishakhi Dutta, senior business journalist at Electronics Bazaar, Sui Li, VP-Asia Pacific sales, Pico Technology, talks about the importance of the Indian market for the company’s business.
India contributes 3 per cent of our global revenue
The growth opportunities in the Indian electronics industry have influenced a lot of overseas firms to grow their business in the country. Baishakhi Dutta, senior business journalist with Electronics Bazaar spoke to Kathy Lai, specialist—international sales department, Tenmars Electronics, to understand the company’s local requirements, the obstacles it faces while operating in India, and to discuss the firm’s future plans and business opportunities.
Elcom allows customers to test and audit new products in the firm’s labs
Set up in 1981, Mumbai based Elcom International is a pioneer in the production of electrical components, electronics and electromechanical solutions. The company is now focusing on developing a world class product mix that caters to the industrial, manufacturing and renewable energy market segments.
Battery chargers: The industry must gear up to meet global standards
Powering up electronic devices efficiently remains a challenge for battery charger manufacturers. This market is now witnessing the advent of multi-functional chargers that are compatible with a variety of new age batteries. In India, the focus has now shifted from increasing the power output and life span of chargers to making these adhere to global standards.