Tag Archives: India

Why Your Plant or Shop Should Consider Robotics

More companies are turning to automated processes—which could mean opportunity for your service shop or plant. Partially due to the disastrous economic, socially-distanced, cautious climate that is 2020—and partially due to the steady advancement of technology—robotics are permeating industry at a higher rate than ever. And since many of these processes involve servomotors, robotic arms […]

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Real Rehabilitation

Indian inmates repair motors, fans, coolers at rapid rate An Indian training center run by inmates of the country’s largest prison puts faith in the word “rehabilitation” as it relates to correctional systems. There, at Tihar Jail, part of the Tihar Prisons complex in Delhi, fans and coolers are fixed in a matter of hours, motors […]

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Motherson Connection?

Supposed bid for Bosch’s mo/gen division: $600m Motherson Sumi, the multinational auto components company based in India, could be continuing a spree of acquisitions. The company is reportedly mulling a $600 million purchase of Bosch’s starter motors and generators unit. Billionaire owner Vivek Chaand Sehgal—who set a revenue target of $18 billion for Motherson Sumi by 2020—would […]

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Newfound Clues

Electricity theft buzzes under the radar Even with home utility installation and service, it seems you’ve got to watch your back now. Police of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (that’s in Canada) are amidst an ongoing investigation regarding the potential theft of electrical services. Thieves may be siphoning the electricity right from people’s meters. The device(s) in […]

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Over 600 million lose power in India after three power grids collapse

Three regional power grids in New Delhi, India failed Tuesday, leaving 620 million people without electricity for several hours in what has become the world’s largest blackout. Power Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde blamed the crisis on states taking more than their allotted share of electricity, which is supplied by the government. This failure, which followed […]

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