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New Agreements Seek to Open Markets in India for Mold Makers

Further expansion into markets in India will hopefully follow after the Canadian Association of Mold Makers and WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation signed two memorandum of understandings with Engineering Export Promotion Council of India and Tools and Gauge Manufacturer’s Association of India.

Jonathon Azzopardi, president of Laval International is shown at his company’s Tecumseh plant in this Jan. 11, 2018, file photo. He was part of a local trade trip to India this past week. DAN JANISSE / WINDSOR STAR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The signings this past week are the first of their kind between Canada and India to establish and collaborate on opportunities in the Indian market and globally.

“The signing of the agreements between TAGMA, EEPC and CAMM is the first step to bringing two already successful industrial economies together to build partnerships focused on harnessing the strengths of our two industries to create a mould-making superpower on a global scale,” said Jonathon Azzopardi, Windsor-based president of the Canadian Association of Mold Makers.

Engineering Export Promotion Council India is the premier trade and investment promotion organization in India. It is sponsored by India’s Ministry of Commerce & Industry and caters to that country’s engineering sector.

The Tools and Gauge Manufacturers’ Association of India is an all-India association of that country’s domestic tooling industry established in 1990 that includes 665 companies in Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Noida and Pune.

“We expect this relationship will be of mutual benefit to Windsor-Essex and Indian companies,” said Rakesh Naidu, WEEDC’s chief operating officer who was recently named the new president of the Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce.

”We have identified specific areas of interest and will work collaboratively to take this forward,” said Naidu. “The time is right for Canada and India to work together.”

To read to article in the Windsor Star, please click on the link below:

New agreements seek to open markets in India for mold makers

 

 

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