june, 2015

2jun14:30- 16:00Make in India and Transfer of Technology14:30 - 16:00 Grand Hotel

Event Details

Since the launch of ‘Make in India’ programme in September 2014,  Prime Minister Modi’s  government has taken multiple steps to make Indian industry more conducive to foreign investment, and to encourage technology sharing between international OEMs and Indian companies. The purpose is to create job opportunities, provide a boost to the manufacturing sector, and better secure India, internally and on the borders. 

Swedish industry has a rich history of collaborating with partner countries to help them develop an indigenous industrial base and boost their capabilities. This has invariably been done  in a manner that is financially sound and equally beneficial for all parties involved, creating a sustainable legacy that helps the domestic industry grow even after the partnership has ended. 

The timing is perfect for Swedish companies to establish relationships with Indian partners to co-develop and jointly manufacture for the Indian market as well as for exports. India’s defence and aerospace industry is undergoing a rapid shift towards the use of high-technology systems, an area where Sweden has traditionally excelled – and Swedish government and industry can play a large role in supporting the Make in India mission.

Jan Widerström – 
Chairman Saab India  Technologies Pvt. Ltd
Harshbeena Sahney Zaveri – Managing Director and President of NRB Bearings Ltd. 
Mr. Kanwal Monga – Chairman Virgo Consultants & Marketing Pvt. Ltd
Anders Grundströmer – Senior Vice President at Scania
Balvir S Tomar – Chairman and Chancellor at Nims University
Moderator: Håkan Kingstedt – Chairman at Sweden-India Business Council


(Tuesday) 14:30 - 16:00


Grand Hotel

Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8, 111 48 Stockholm

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