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kaizen case study ppt in wires and cables industry
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kaizen case study ppt in wires and cables industry
The wire and cable industry has moved from being a small industry 20 years back to a very large industry over the last decade. Although it is a volume-driven product, it has a lot of quality and technical particulars. Over a period of time, the industry has moved from the unorganised to the organised sector. However, about 35% of this industry is still in the unorganised sector. Requirements like brand and quality perception are key in this Rs 15,000 crore industry. The wire and cables industry predominantly provides challenging opportunities in the field of manufacturing , supply chain, procurement, marketing and HR. This industry is currently undergoing a major change and portends huge opportunity for upcoming professionals and will give them a first hand experience on subjects like techno-marketing , brand building, Six-Sigma , just-in-time manufacturing , etc.
INDUSTRY STATUS
The wire and cable industry comprises 40% of the entire electrical industry, which is expected to double in size over the next five years. The industry is growing at a CAGR of 15% as a result of growth in the power and infrastructure segments. It is expected to grow at similar rate for the next five years. The government's emphasis on the power sector reforms and infrastructure will further drive growth.
GROWTH AREAS
The wire and cable industry will eventually focus on supplying cables for specific applications pertaining to the industry needs. India has a lot of potential in the mining, power, oil and gas, metro railways, cement industry , steel industry and other sectors. Different kinds of cables like extra high voltage cables, elastomer cables, etc, are now being used for special applications such as mining/oil sector, shipbuilding /crane cables/elevator cables, cables for solar power plants, to harness power for new generation motor vehicles, windmill solutions, security systems and other types of data cables.
SKILL-SETS REQUIRED
This field requires and teaches freshers and professionals to be techno-commercially inclined. Ideally, electrical/mechanical engineers for manufacturing, electrical engineers for EPC related sales for special applications, managers with operations knowledge for implementation of world class manufacturing techniques, managers with knowledge of creative/application based marketing, MBAs who can use various strengths of companies and make use of adjacent opportunities, as well as fresh graduates who have the zeal to outperform and change customer outlook. The sector also provides tremendous entrepreneurial opportunities in trading, contracting and manufacturing.
REMUNERATION
Remuneration depends on the particular company, based on its own outlook. It also depends on the institute from where the candidates are sourced. Pay packets offered are on a par with market standards and is not a limiting factor for the right candidates. The remuneration for a fresher may range between rupees two lakh and five lakh per annum.
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The wire and cable industry has moved from being a small industry 20 years back to a very large industry over the last decade. Although it is a volume-driven product, it has a lot of quality and technical particulars. Over a period of time, the industry has moved from the unorganised to the organised sector. However, about 35% of this industry is still in the unorganised sector. Requirements like brand and quality perception are key in this Rs 15,000 crore industry. The wire and cables industry predominantly provides challenging opportunities in the field of manufacturing , supply chain, procurement, marketing and HR. This industry is currently undergoing a major change and portends huge opportunity for upcoming professionals and will give them a first hand experience on subjects like techno-marketing , brand building, Six-Sigma , just-in-time manufacturing , etc.
INDUSTRY STATUS
The wire and cable industry comprises 40% of the entire electrical industry, which is expected to double in size over the next five years. The industry is growing at a CAGR of 15% as a result of growth in the power and infrastructure segments. It is expected to grow at similar rate for the next five years. The government's emphasis on the power sector reforms and infrastructure will further drive growth.
GROWTH AREAS
The wire and cable industry will eventually focus on supplying cables for specific applications pertaining to the industry needs. India has a lot of potential in the mining, power, oil and gas, metro railways, cement industry , steel industry and other sectors. Different kinds of cables like extra high voltage cables, elastomer cables, etc, are now being used for special applications such as mining/oil sector, shipbuilding /crane cables/elevator cables, cables for solar power plants, to harness power for new generation motor vehicles, windmill solutions, security systems and other types of data cables.
SKILL-SETS REQUIRED
This field requires and teaches freshers and professionals to be techno-commercially inclined. Ideally, electrical/mechanical engineers for manufacturing, electrical engineers for EPC related sales for special applications, managers with operations knowledge for implementation of world class manufacturing techniques, managers with knowledge of creative/application based marketing, MBAs who can use various strengths of companies and make use of adjacent opportunities, as well as fresh graduates who have the zeal to outperform and change customer outlook. The sector also provides tremendous entrepreneurial opportunities in trading, contracting and manufacturing.
REMUNERATION
Remuneration depends on the particular company, based on its own outlook. It also depends on the institute from where the candidates are sourced. Pay packets offered are on a par with market standards and is not a limiting factor for the right candidates. The remuneration for a fresher may range between rupees two lakh and five lakh per annum.
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case study in cable industry not found,please provide related thread.
(11-08-2012, 06:32 PM)Guest Wrote: Sir,
I am looking for a kaizen case study in wires and cable industry.
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Sir,
I am looking for a kaizen case study in wires and cable industry.
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i wanted the kaizens in the HV cables industry.
thank you.
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