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Recent articles

23.06.2020
The Indian textile industry is struggling on several fronts: demand in Europe and the USA has collapsed, and production is still at a standstill in many factories.
12.06.2020
Recent market information from the Indian construction and construction equipment industry are summarized in the bi-monthly report made by the VDMA team in Kolkata. The latest issue may be downloaded from this website.
09.06.2020
After the first successfully organized flights to China, the BDI and VDMA are now investigating the need for travel to other countries. The aim is to make travel possible for the most important destination countries.
05.06.2020
After 51 days of shutdown, 2/3 of the approximately 48,000 employees have returned to 22 companies in Telangana state. 60,000 tons of coal could not be extracted because of corona. 5 other mines remained open, but are only operating at 50 percent capacity.
03.06.2020
Exclusively for our members: The latest Mining Report of our India Liaison Office.
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19.11.2010 - Indien ist innerhalb weniger Jahre zum zweitwichtigsten Absatzmarkt in Asien aufgestiegen und wird diese Position mittelfristig weiter ausbauen. Der neue Praxisleitfaden soll VDMA-Mitgliedsunternehmen helfen, die Besonderheiten des Indischen Marktes besser einzuschätzen. Neben zahlreichen Informationen zu den Themen Wareneinfuhr, Produkt- und Markenrecht sowie Steuern werden Orientierungshilfen zum Aufbau von Vertriebsstrukturen und der eigenen Niederlassung geboten, inklusive Praxistipps zu Standortwahl und Mitarbeitersuche. Interessierte VDMA-Mitglieder erhalten den "Praxisleitfaden Indien" kostenfrei bei der VDMA-Außenwirtschaft (Kontakt: oliver.wack@vdma.org).
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17.10.2017
Machines improve our lives – on a large and small scale. Whether for our health, food or the many means of transportation that we use; whether we are looking at the ground deep below the sea or from high above – we need machines and people who utilize their skills to make the world a better place to live. That is the aim of mechanical and plant engineering. Humans – Machines – Progress.