Mumbai is calling: ScrapeTec is “partly” expanding business in India
Mumbai is the headquarters of the JWS Group, which has a global presence in the market with the JWS Cement and JWS Steel divisions. Beginning of 2022, ScrapeTec was able to generate a first order for this well-known customer via sales partners in India. At that time, a pin was placed on the world map near India – of course only pictorially. In addition to Europe, USA, Peru, Chile and Australia, India is now another important milestone for the Kamp-Lintforter. Now another order came. On the one hand for parts that were to be used on belt conveyors in a JWS cement plant. On the other hand, for products to be used in a steel plant of the globally active group AcelorMittal. The effective mode of action of the products from the first order has probably got around in the Indian economy. That pleases those responsible at ScrapeTec. After all, almost exclusively in-house developments are sold. Company owner and developer Wilfried Dünnwald sees the innovative power of ScrapeTec confirmed by the increasing demand worldwide: “This year we also received an order from Israel. Simply that way. We hadn’t made any acquisitions or provided any advice beforehand. Of course we know that we are increasingly represented with our products in the magazines. And our presence at the world’s most important trade fairs for conveyor technology does not go unnoticed. I’m at our trade fair stands in Europe myself. The rush in Dortmund or in Sweden was impressive. We are looking forward to the BAUMA in Munich. There we will present a new development, the E-PrimeTracker. A solution against belt misalignment, which allows predictive maintenance through its sensors and monitoring. We then have a completely further developed system for dust protection around the handover points. Perhaps India will soon be ordering complete systems from us as well.”
It is not possible to communicate which products are currently in use in India and which have been ordered. This still needs to be clarified with the customer. If consent is given, ScrapeTec will use this for its corporate communications. Otherwise, discretion remains the top priority.
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