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Written by Arjun   
Thursday, 17 May 2007

The tech centre will have 100 to 150 engineers and experts by the year-end

 Bangalore : DMG India will set up a 15,000 sq.ft. technology centre in Bangalore by the end of 2007. This will be the company's first technology centre in India, which will demonstrate a wide range of Deckel Maho and Gildmeister machines.
 
 It is dedicated to developing customised solutions and application support in tooling, fixtures, software and engineering time studies for the auto and auto parts, dies and moulds, aerospace and many other sectors in India.

 Mr Thorsten Schmidt, Director, sales and service worldwide and CEO Asia, Gildmeister, said the tech centre would have 100 to 150 engineers and experts by the year-end and is expected to be operational by August. 

 DMG India is the sales and service arm of Gildmeister Group and a leading player in the CNC metal cutting machine tool industry. DMG, with a direct presence in India since 1999, has been recording more than 20 per cent growth in sales and supports a wide range of CNC metal cutting machine tools from entry level to high-end multi-tasking, for almost every manufacturer. Hero Honda group, LMW, HAL and Godrej are among its leading customers.

 Mr Schmidt said DMG expects to increase its sales by more than 50 per cent in the next three years to 50 million from the current 20 million. It expects the growth to come mainly from aerospace apart from automotive and medical electronics sectors.
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