Rehm will be attending productronica in India for the first time in September (14 to 16). The international electronics industry is focusing on India as a growth market for innovation and is playing host to discussions about the latest production strategies and technologies. India, second only to China, is one of the most populous countries of the world with nearly 1.3 billion people. In addition to this, India is also considered to be one of the 20 most important industrial emerging economies (G20).
The economy has been growing rapidly on the sub-continent for many years now – especially with respect to high-end technologies, for instance in the automotive, e-mobility and aerospace industries. This encourages companies to do business there and also to establish their innovative products on the Indian markets.
At productronia India, more than 450 exhibitors from 17 different countries will come together to discuss the latest production strategies and trends within the world of electronics manufacturing. At the moment, many international companies are investing in setting up their own production sites, subsidiaries and representatives in Indian metropolises like New Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai. “India has massive potential as a global platform for international electronics manufacturers! Here, the demand for high quality systems engineering for soldering, coating, testing and curing electronic components is rapidly increasing. During our visit to prouctronica India, we are looking to better establish ourselves on the market and, together with our Indian representatives, we would like to develop and support our direct client contact”, explains Michael Hanke, Chief Customer Officer at Rehm.
Rehm Thermal Systems is considered to be a specialist in thermal system solutions for the electronic and photo-voltaic industries. Additionally, they are at the cutting edge of innovation when it comes to modern and economical manufacturing of electronic components. As a global manufacturer of reflow-soldering systems with convection, condensation and vacuum, drying systems as well as coating systems, functional test systems, equipment for metallisation of solar cells alongside countless highly specialised client specific solutions, the German mechanical engineering company is represented in all the relevant expanding markets. Not only does India show a lot of promise as a driver of innovation within the industry, it also serves as a springboard for companies looking to expand into new branches of industry, while also seeking to extend their own sales and service structure.