Case Studies: UK success in India

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Phasix is an established UK based outsource provider of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) testing services to the semiconductor design industry, trading in many countries. Semiconductor companies regularly purchase these services to qualify the robustness of newly developed packaged semiconductor devices. These integrated circuits or ICs ­ the little black chips that are present in virtually every modern electronic device […]

I have long believed in the hydrocarbon potential of India, having studied that region for years before my company, Holland Sea Search, was taken over by Cairn Energy in 1995. Having worked for Burmah Castrol, I was fascinated by its history and its relationships with South Asia, and in the mid-80s, I went out to […]

CMCL INNOVATIONS

There is a fantastic potential for CAE companies in India, with growing attention and investment, either via local companies and multinationals or via engineering design services firms and academia. Particularly, CAE work is progressing from standard simulations to model-based design and innovation.

Due to the nature of the industry we serve and our long history, we have been supplying to several countries around the world as well as within the UK. Normally the historic commonwealth countries are our larger markets, although we have large quantities of our relays installed in the far-east and middle-east, notably in Korea, […]

Future Renewables Initially entered India in 2012. Since the company directors are from India, there was a natural affinity for the market. Knowing the business culture, they were better prepared to overcome the challenges and understand how to navigate the red tape. This was hugely instrumental in setting up their operations in India, which motivated […]

Stirling Dynamics started researching the Indian market in 2010 and quickly realised the scale of the trading opportunity there. The company has had a relationship with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) since 2004 when it participated in Passport to Export, the UKTI programme that gives exporting companies the tools they need to grow their business […]

PRO2

Our journey into the Indian market began in March 2010, but in just a year and a half we are talking to some of India’s leading automotive manufacturers including Tata Motors. For a small, niche UK-based company in Kent with no previous experience of exporting we are very happy with our progress in India so […]

We provide unique, innovative products, services and consulting, which enable customers to manage their power assets more efficiently, reliably, safely and with minimum environmental impact. In short, we provide the latest technologies to enable our customers to keep the power on in the most cost-effective way. We are also at the leading edge of developments […]

Ricardo has been in India, delivering projects since 1986. We began operations in the country through an agent who supported local activities. By 2007, Ricardo India was established as a wholly owned subsidiary.

Previous to the firm’s business in India, HMG Paints Ltd had very limited international experience, consisting only of a distribution operation in the USA and a small proportion of product exports to Europe and the rest of the world.

RENOLD INDIA

Renold plc and partner L.G. Balakrishnan & Bros (LGB) formed the joint venture “Renold Chain India” in 2008. Our primary sales, marketing and design office is based in Coimbatore, which is the second largest city in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Our factory is located in Dindugal District of Tamil Nadu, which is […]

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