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Think `manufacturing`, not mechanisation

Since graduating in 1985 from the prestigious National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, I have been a serial entrepreneur and furniture manufacturer. The huge body of work done by Tessaract DesignRead more...

Gabon turns global woodworking hub

The year 2017 proved quite an eventful year for Gabon special economic zone (SEZ) in terms of veneer units getting into production mode and signing of agreements for new units. A total of 14 investorsRead more...

Rubber wood finds its place in the market

Rubber-wood, scientifically known as Heveabrasiliensis, is a tree native to Brazil, but is today extensively cultivated in tropical regions, especially in Asia. The rubber tree grows to a height of 23-30 metresRead more...

MTC unveils timber treasures

Wooden furniture, together with plywood and sawn timber, are ranked the top three foreign exchange earners for the Malaysian timber industry. Read more...

Innovation is Bosch’s strength

Bosch Power Tools (BPT) in India, which embarked on its journey in 1993, has grown to become the market leader in the power tools segment with 30% market share. Read more...

Teknob Aquatop makes debut in India

Teknos, the 69-year-old Finnish company, is one of the largest family-owned businesses in that country. It is a global coatings manufacturer and one of the leading Read more...

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