Since India’s independence the industrial sector has made tremendous progress. Notably the North-West region of the country, especially the Punjab became an industrial powerhouse. Expansion and diversification of existing companies and establishment of new ventures even accelerated in the 1990 following the opening of the nation by introducing a liberal economic policy. As a consequence of expanding markets modern manufacturing facilities were and are required. This is particularly true for enterprises manufacturing technical goods.
Growth and development of the engineering industries depend vitally on the availability of precision tools such as press tools, moulds, jigs & fixtures, and dies. Those high quality tools & die are manufactured on extremely precise and computer controlled machines, which are usually not within the reach of small-scale enterprises. Moreover, these units lack personnel with the respective expertise.
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