Indian Cement Review - November 2018
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COVER STORY The Skilling Challenge The skill challenge of cement industry is only a small subset of the larger national objective of achieving demographic dividend that our large youth population can bring us. Manpower Development for Indian Cement Industry Indian cement industry is among the best in the world when it comes to energy efficiency. However, specialised training is essential to face and overcome certain unique challenges of the Indian cement industry. Social Dialogue for Effective Industrial Relations Each enterprise has a history of industrial relations and knowledge of the history facilitates in developing enterprise specific strategy for an effective industrial relations climate in the present and the future. Summarising the Skills Challenge KP Krishnan, Secretary from the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, and Chairman of the National Skill Development Agency (NSDA), Government of India, discusses the formidable task of upgrading India’s skills deficit swiftly and inclusively to Aashna Agarwal, Content Coordinator at Gateway House. FEATURE: LUBRICANTS Improving efficiency Lubrication plays an important role in construction and mining industry, and its market is growing at a rate of 2-2.5 per cent annually. Evolution in Open Gear Lubrication Pros and cons of current open gear lubricants are discussed by Klaus Holz, Head of Technical Service, FUCHS LUBRITECH GmbH. “We see double-digit growth for industrial lubricants” Rajesh Nagar, Managing Director & CEO, GS Caltex India Pvt Ltd. “We have the proven lubricants and expertise for industry” Glen Sharkowicz, Director of Brand Strategy - Commercial marketing, South Asia Pacific, ExxonMobil, Asia Pacific Pte Ltd. Predictive Analysis of Lube Oils A case study from Fluid Analysis Consulting & Trading Co (FACT), Hyderabad.
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