Manufacturing companies are continuously challenged to reduce costs through productivity improvement measures. Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) has been in the forefront of championing a productivity movement in Indian metal working industries by organizing the National Productivity Summit. This event showcases best productivity improvement projects in metal working industries which have excelled in achieving superior performance. National Productivity Summit 2014 scheduled during August 2014 will crown winners of the IMTMA-Siemens Productivity Championship Awards.
About the Awards
Siemens has partnered with IMTMA to institute the ‘IMTMA-SIEMENS Productivity Championship Awards’. Participation from leading companies; sharing of experiences; recognition of achievers; and engendering an enthusiastic competitive spirit has contributed to the stature of the summit and the Awards.
Send in your case studies in the prescribed format describing the productivity improvement projects implemented by you/your team bringing out the quantified benefits accrued to the organisation.
Participation invited from industry Sectors
Aerospace | Automotive & Auto components | Consumer Durables | Defence & Railway Units & PSU's | Die & Mould | General Engineering | Industrial Machinery | Machine Tools & other Metal working Industries | R&D Organisations | Toolrooms | Job Shops
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Formed in the year when India secured its independence, IMTMA has continuously played a leading role in the development of the machine tool industry, which is the backbone for industrial growth of India. This national cause has been the guiding force behind IMTMA and its membership.
IMTMA is deeply committed to support its membership to increase competitiveness, enhance efficiency, improve productivity, and ensure growth and prosperity. It does so with the aim to assist the membership to become cost effective, technology driven, and ever responsive to customers’ changing needs. At the same time, IMTMA has supported the user industries with better and more modern technology of machine tools to provide them with competitive manufacturing solutions.
IMTMA is today recognized as the sole voice of the Indian machine tool industry – it is the face of the industry to the government, to its members, suppliers and users. Its membership of around 475 constitutes a major part of this strategic sector in the country.