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SAME Deutz-Fahr to source components, engines from India
SAME Deutz-Fahr, the world's third largest tractor manufacturer, has plans to commence sourcing of components and engines from India. The company has already started importing components in small numbers from India. However, the quantum is ... More

TRADE & LABOUR UNIONS
Tata Steel settles temporary staff issue
TATA Steel today signed an agreement to settle the long outstanding issue of temporary employees. The agreement was signed by Mr B. Muthuraman, Managing Director, Tata Steel, and Mr RBB Singh, President, Tata Workers Union, in the presence of Ms ... More

ALLIANCES & JOINT VENTURES
Cenzer may tie up with Sagem of France
THE Mumbai-based Cenzer Industries Ltd, manufacturers of Cenzer branded watches, may join hands with the French major Group Sagem SA for producing office automation and consumer electronics items. Currently Cenzer is Sagem's sole distribution ... More

SICK UNITS
EMC pins hopes on Dabhol revival to exit BIFR fold
THE possible revival of the Dabhol Power Company (DPC) and its subsequent resumption of operations seem to be high on the agenda of not only the Centre but also a small company based here. Much of the fortunes of Electrical Manufacturing ... More

OUTLOOK
Tata Honeywell hopes to double revenues — To add 400 staff for meeting orders from power units
THE Electricity Act 2003, which ushered reforms in power generation and distribution has led to a surge in orders for industrial automation solutions company Tata Honeywell Ltd, according to senior company officials. The Rs 300-odd-crore company ... More


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