ACMA Young Business Leaders Forum visits Padmini VNA plant

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 29 Jan 2020


The Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) organised a delegation visit under its Young Business Leaders Forum (YBLF) to Padmini VNA Mechatronics on January 24. The key purpose of the visit was to summarise extensive quality study about automotive industry and increase their visibility to better identify the prospective areas of expertise in the overall organisational function.

During the visit, the YBLF delegates took a tour of Padmini VNA’s manufacturing plant and Kabir Bhandari, MD, Padmini VNA showed the team around. This visit aims to give greater clarity about important management concepts of how industry operations are executed. An interactive session was also organised where Bhandari shared the Padmini VNA success story and his experiences about the industrial challenges that he accepted and bravely faced during his journey.


During the visit, the YBLF delegates took a tour of Padmini VNA’s manufacturing plant and Kabir Bhandari, MD, Padmini VNA showed the team around.

Founded in 1991, Padmini VNA manufactures advanced auto – components for progressive automobile industry, incorporating new technological developments with ecological strategies in its products for passenger cars, commercial vehicles, two-wheeler and tractor segment. The company provides advanced environment friendly and world class sustainable auto-components which stimulate the need of smart electric and hybrid vehicles.

Bhandari also shared a very powerful insight about the approach that he takes with and the overall attitude for setting back on track. This session’s main objective was to deliver the motivation to the young business leaders who are concerned about their professional survival and all the delegates found this interaction strengthening their development and interpersonal skills.


This session’s main objective was to deliver the motivation to the young business leaders who are concerned about their professional survival

Bhandari spoke about the rising demand for their innovative products without any help of joint venture or technology tie-up, their core value about focusing on employee happiness, financial goals, guidance on structuring their financial goals, contribution in automotive future and Padmini VNA’s road map going forward. 

The company is known as producers and exporters of essential vehicle emission control devices to OEMs across Europe, Asia, North America and South America. Padmini VNA has effectively expanded its total patent count to 45 currently.