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Written by Vivek   
Tuesday, 15 November 2011
Pune: Valve and measurement equipment manufacturer, Samson AG's production facilities in Ranjangaon in Maharashtra will soon be upgraded with revamped processes, new machines and products to meet Samson's global standards. The company has officially inaugurated a new Project Office in Pune.

In the new facilities, control valves, positioners, self-operated regulators for pressure, differential pressure and temperature as well as differential pressure meters for industrial processes are manufactured. The company's customers in India from the chemical, petrochemical, food, beverage, energy and solar energy industries include BASF, Evonik, GEA, INOX, Linde, Lurgi, Uhde, IOCL, Tetra Pak, BHEL, PRAJ and Thermax.

The company is also looking at increasing sourcing of castings and forgings in India.

Hans-Erich Grimm, head of the sales division at SAMSON AG, pointed out that six chemical and petrochemical sites will be established in India thanks to the support of the Indian Government in the next few years. "A total of 250,000 million US dollars will be invested in these sites. We expect a huge demand for our products and services in India."

The company has invested US $50 million in India so far. About 3.5 million euro was invested in the 18,000 sq.m. facility to ensure an optimum supply to the fast-growing Indian market.

 
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