ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Gaining from Industrial Liberalisation

Gaining from Industrial Liberalisation Hansavivek MOTOR INDUSTRIES COMPANY'S licensed capacities for most of its products have been enhanced by 20 to 24 per cent under the automatic growth scheme. The government has also accorded sanction under the capacity re-endorsement scheme to increase annual production of glow plugs at the Bangalore factory from 2.50 lakh to 6,52 lakh. Consequent to the grant of the letter of intent for its sixth expansion, the company is taking steps to develop a manufacturing programme, whereby production of multi-cylinder fuel injection pumps will be taken up at the Nashik factory, in addition to raising production of nozzle holders by 3.40 lakh units. Further to the letters of intent received by the company for diversification in the fields of special purpose machines and auto-elec- tricals, the company has submitted to the Central government a phased manufacturing programme for special purpose machines. In addition to electro-chemical machining centres, hydraulic and pneumatic equipment, machine tool accessories and so on, the company will manufacture thermal energy method (TEM) machines under licence of Robert Bosh. As a result of its developmental efforts, the company began the manufacture of bi-metallic thermo-elastic spark plugs with projected nose. Initially introduced for a limited number of high performance engines, the company plans to increase the range of manufacture from time to time in accordance with the manufacturing programme of its customers. Modifications, carried out in some types of fuel injection equipment, to create higher injection pressures, have led to enhancement in fuel economy and reduction in smoke levels.

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