Atlas Copco India Organises Supplier Meet at Pune
Pune, India, December 1, 2015: Atlas Copco India organised a supplier meet at Pune, for its suppliers for the Dapodi and Chakan plants. The main objective was to share the vision for the future on a common strategic platform, with suppliers as key business partners.
“It makes me very proud to be here today and see the energy and commitment to Atlas Copco quality standards,” said Giovanni Valent, Managing Director. “As we continue to be committed to sustainable productivity, we are sure that our supplier base will support us in better serving our customers in India and abroad.”
“Constantly raising the bar when it comes to quality and delivery reliability are the key expectations that Atlas Copco has from its suppliers,” said Claude Servant, General Manager, Product Company Pune - Dapodi plant.
Atlas Copco has several hundred suppliers in India, ensuring a steady flow of high-quality parts for its compressors and construction equipment.
Atlas Copco aims to continue to manufacture world-class products at its Dapodi and Chakan plants and is preparing to even further expand its reach to customers in the coming months. To meet future demands, Atlas Copco foresees an increase in supplier base especially in canopies, fabrication, pressure vessels, casting and machining.
For further information please contact:
- Vikram Ghodke, Head-sourcing, Atlas Copco Product Company
+91 93250 06215
- Shalini Sharma, Head-corporate communications, Atlas Copco India
+91 95613 84089
Atlas Copco (India) Ltd. started operations in 1960, and has 22 offices across India, the registered office being at Pune. In 2015, Atlas Copco (India) Ltd. had about 2 500 employees and revenues of INR 2 700 cr (MEUR 400) as on 31st March 2015.