Ingeteam Organises Supplier Event to Strengthen Supply Chain

During the event a total of seventy-five key suppliers were gathered with an aim to tighten relationships, grew supply chain collaboration along with continuous improvement.

Ingeteam Suppliers Day in India

With an aim to target triple objective through single move, Ingeteam, a global supplier of electrical conversion and turbine control equipment, had organised the supplier meet recently at its new facility in Chennai.

During the event a total of seventy-five key suppliers were gathered with an aim to tighten relationships, grew supply chain collaboration along with continuous improvement.

Commenting on the development, Ingeteam India, Managing Director, Sukhwinder Pal Singh said, “Due to the expected increase in demand capacity in both wind and solar solutions, there was a lot of interest from our suppliers in India to strengthen their relationship with Ingeteam and improve their operational knowledge of our production processes. That is why we decided to gather representatives of more than 75 domestic and foreign suppliers at our new factory, with the clear objective to increase supply chain performance.”

Last year, the company had established its Indian factory in Chennai in order to fulfill the demand for its solar and wind solutions. This cutting-edge facility is equipped with state-of-the-art production technology and serves both the domestic and international markets.

While speaking at the event, Ingeteam Group, Managing Director, David Sole said, “Our Indian production centre is one of the cornerstones of Ingeteam’s global operations. We are well aware that our success here depends on the performance of our supply chain. And performance is about understanding each other’s needs and adapting to each other’s challenges. Both our Indian and global customer base expects a seamless collaboration leading to the most competitive, flexible, innovative and reliable products on the market.”

Meanwhile, the company is developing its products, systems and services for different sectors including: wind, photovoltaic, hydro and fossil fuel power generation; metal and mineral processing; mining; marine; rail traction; waters; e-vehicle charging; power grid, always striving towards more sustainable energy generation, transmission, distribution and consumption.

It operates across the world, and is permanently based in 22 countries. It’s headcount is 3,900 and R&D is the backbone of its business activity, in which 5 percent of its turnover is invested annually.

Manu Tayal

Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.

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