Posts tagged with "india"



India Automotive · 03. July 2017
India is looking at having an all-electric car fleet by 2030 - aggregators and fleets will play an important role. Contact Bostel Consulting associated with Quanzen Consultants, the Business Development and Sourcing Support Expert to International Automotive Companies In India.
India Automotive · 23. June 2017
India is looking at having an all-electric car fleet by 2030. This is a big challenge for passenger vehicle makers. Contact Bostel Consulting associated with Quanzen Consultants, the Business Development & Sourcing Support Expert to International Automotive Companies In India.
India Automotive · 18. June 2017
India is looking at having an all-electric car fleet by 2030. This is a big opportunity for suppliers of Batteries and BMS (Battery Management System), REM System (Motor and Controller), Regenerative Braking, DC-DC Converters, Ultra Capacitors, Invertors, and Software. Contact Bostel Consulting associated with Quanzen Consultants, the Business Development and Sourcing Support Expert to International Automotive Companies In India.
India Automotive · 11. June 2017
Look at Volkswagen, Skoda, FORD, FIAT and Nissan - their combined market share is only 7% where the top two (Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai) control 65%. An interesting article from The Economic Times. Contact Bostel Consulting associated with Quanzen Consultants, the Business Development and Sourcing Support Expert to International Automotive Companies In India.
India Automotive · 07. June 2017
India is looking at having an all-electric car fleet by 2030. According to Niti Ayog’s February 2017 workshop conducted in collaboration with Rocky Mountain Institute, over and above this economic saving, CO2 emissions from road transport will be down by a whopping 37%. The country will soon embark on an audaciously ambitious program aimed at switching most, if not all, of its vehicles sold, to battery power by 2030. The scheme, which is in its final stages of drafting, will kick off later...
Make in India · 01. June 2017
Learn from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech at Indo-German Business Summit in Berlin on May 27, 2017 why Germany is among India’s most important partners both bilaterally and in the global context. Germany ranks 7th among foreign investor countries in India. Major sectors attracting FDI inflows from Germany are engineering, chemicals and services. About 600 India-German joint ventures are presently operating in India. They provide employment to around two hundred thousand people. Bostel...
India Automotive · 01. June 2017
Global Business Professor’s latest Audio Interview, “India: The Next Gold Rush for Automotive Companies?”, features Sudhir Nerurkar, founder and president of Pune, India-based Quanzen Consultants, and Indian automotive industry expert. In the 18-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Nerurkar discusses: - What the story is about the Indian Automotive sector, and why so many companies are rushing to India; - Similarities and differences to the China developments of 10 years ago, and what the...
India Automotive · 01. June 2017
What is India E-Mobility Plan 2030 & why is it so crucial? India is looking at having an all-electric car fleet by 2030. The country will soon embark on an audaciously ambitious program aimed at switching most, if not all, of its vehicles sold, to battery power by 2030. The scheme, which is in its final stages of drafting, will kick off later this year and the government expects it to scale up within three years. What is Unique about this plan? At the heart of the plan's success will be the...