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Need to make manufacturing [Nov 2011]

November 25, 2011 6:36 am

Need to make manufacturing
‘INDIANISED’
“The next generation manufacturing system should be about green manufacturing – our manufacturing and supply chain operations should have a large dose of green in them. We should not waste. If we do, we should recycle them,” said Shekar Viswanathan, Chairman, Manufacturing Competitiveness Sub-Committee, CII-Southern Region, and Deputy Managing Director (Commercial), Toyota Kirloskar Motor.
 
Delivering his address at the Conference on “Indian Production System: Next Generation Manufacturing Practices”, organised in Chennai recently by the CII,  Mr. Viswanathan said, “Indian automotive industry has established its credentials in eliminating waste especially with the active involvement of OEMs in training”. Citing the case of suppliers of Toyota Kirloskar, he said that the defects rate has come down from about 900 PPM to 20 PPM. For the past three years, the cars manufactured in India have been rated by Toyota’s audit team as the best among the 50-odd manufacturing locations Toyota has across the globe, he pointed out.
 
N Kumar, Past President, CII and Vice Chairman, The Sanmar Group, said, “The implementation of new manufacturing policy is key for Indian manufacturing sector to enhance its contribution to GDP from the current 16 per cent to 25per cent, and increase the number of its employees base from about 58 million today to 100 million by 2022”.
 
Mr. Kumar also said, “The National Manufacturing Policy should go a long way in resolving and tackling issues hindering manufacturing sector, leading to employment creation and enhancing global competitiveness of the Indian manufacturing sector”.
 
Sudhir Rao, Chief Operating Officer, Renault India, and Deputy Managing Director, Renault Group in India, said, “The next generation manufacturing practices should be customer centric. They should enable companies to respond to customer requirements fast and speed up order fulfilling cycle. India should make use of the fundamental strengths of manufacturing practices of countries like Germany and Japan. The Indian production and management system should not forget the role of unions”.

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