Braving the unprecedented global health crisis, the In-dian economy has shown a remarkable resilience in the last few months. Lead indicators such as manufacturing PMI, exports, rail freight and energy consumption are returning to a clear growth trajectory with firm signals of further improvement, a latest ASSOCHAM Assessment on State of Economy (AASE) pointed out.
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More Laboratories Access to Mass Spectrometry
Direct MS system quickly analyzes samples requiring minimal prep or expertise to help improve operational efficiencies and competitiveness
Growing with pride!
Although the current market share of Gourav Luminaries (P) Ltd is very insignificant, the Company is growing at more than 28 percent YOY basis while the market is growing at 11.8 percent. With every passing day, Gourav is increasing its market share, says its CEO, Gaurav Khanna.
Playing it right
The industry is just evolving in India and the recent focus on promoting domestic manufacture of toys will go a long way in faster development of the market in India, says R. Jeswant, CEO, Funskool India
Scaling up dreams!
Domestic demand for finished rubber products has picked up well and the order books are looking good, says V.T. Chandhrasekharan, President – All India Rubber Industries Association (AIRIA)
Building on a legacy with pride
The debate shouldn’t be about more or less packaging. It should be about how we make packaging smarter and more sustainable; packaging that considers the environmental, social and governance aspects of sustainability.
Netting it Right!
Application focussed solution provider strategy is certainly helping the organization to serve the customers better and thereby have better margins, says Shujaul Rehman, CEO, Garware Technical Fibres Ltd (GTFL)
Enabling transformation in business strategies
Global synchronisation is necessary to aid establishments redefine their supply chain competences to generate and maintain a rapid retort and suppleness creating intelligent supply environments.
Customer oriented engineering
While technological innovations are prevalent in most aspects of our daily life, Industry 4.0 in the packaging industry makes enterprise activities to be more data-driven, says Ajay Tandon, President - Engineering & New Product Development, UFlex
Back in Business!
Be it medical, household, or PET, the demand for plastics is back, says Deepak Pahwa, Managing Director, Bry-Air (Asia)
Blockchain Traceability Project
A blockchain supply chain transparency provider has recently launched a project with a car manufacturer and its material suppliers to enable the traceability of plastics on blockchain and to ensure that the use of sustainable materials in the cars can be proven.
Painting Through Pandemic
Vibrant illustrator Tania Yakunova talks about her life as an artist in quarantine and shares her hopes and fears as we all wrestle through this pandemic.
The Party of Mandela Is at Odds With Itself
South Africa’s president is under pressure for alleged graft.
What It's Like to Run a Company in the Most Dangerous Places on Earth
Inside the deadly, controversial, highly secretive, and crucially important private warfare waged by Patriot Group.
The Elusive Maggie Thatcher
Why distorting Mrs. T. has been a popular literary pastime.
The Front-Runner Fallacy
Early presidential polls have tended to be wildly off-target. There’s no reason to think this time is different.
Narendra Modi's Enormous Ambitions
"Obsession with self and image, combined with staggering ambition, defines Modi, a veteran politician says. After 25 years, it's really all he knows about the man."
TIME FOR BIG SPENDING
Budget 2021 carries major expectations—the government needs to rescue the economy from a morass of falling growth, demand and investment
I worry residents will die of loneliness
A CARE home manager said residents would die from fear and loneliness unless loved ones were allowed in.
Delay my vaccine...I'm not a frontline worker
Dame Esther hits back at Dame Joan’s legal challenge
‘Do week on my ward, covidiots'
A FINAL year student nurse, who took a pay cut this month as she started her internship, says the anti-mask protesters should do her job for a week.