Global chemicals major Dow Corning's innovative silicon-based technologies are helping the Indian automotive industry increase productivity.
Using a special sensor, Daimler researchers will be able to directly monitor oil quality on board a vehicle, thereby extending maintenance intervals.
Specialty chemicals group Lanxess's new butyl rubber plant in Singapore will cater extensively to
markets in Asia, including India.
Röchling Automotive's JectBonding combines blow moulding, injection moulding and bonding into one single process, and skips welding altogether.
Honda SIEL Cars India has increased manufacturing capacity at its Greater Noida plant to 100,000 units per annum to meet growing demand.
The renowned Italian design house is in talks with several Indian auto majors to extend its entire gamut of services and contract manufacturing, says P Tharyan.
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Jun 19, 2018
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Jun 21, 2018
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