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SECO/WARWICK increases manufacturing capacity in India


SECO/WARWICK, one of the world’s largest global manufacturers of metal heat treatment equipment, has opened a new production hall in India. This is another step in implementing the global expansion strategy, which aims to deliver the highest quality equipment for metal heat treatment to all continents.

SECO/WARWICK increases manufacturing capacity in India

SECO/WARWICK development in India

This year, the SECO/WARWICK’s company in India started the production of continuous lines for aluminum brazing and will soon deliver the first furnace to heat exchanger manufacturer – Narain Cooling Technologies. Ultimately, SECO/WARWICK India will also produce vacuum solutions, meeting the demand for these furnaces in this part of the world. Last week, we held the official opening of a new production hall, which will significantly increase SECO/WARWICK’s efficiency in this region.

„In India, we are focusing on the production of vacuum equipment, and  CAB lines, as well as service support. We have launched the production of a CAB line, and the first made-in-India vacuum furnace which will be delivered to customers in early 2025. Ultimately, we will be able to produce four continuous brazing lines in one cycle or 23 vacuum furnaces. The maximum length of the CAB line produced in our plant will be 63 meters. This will meet the needs even of our largest Partners,” commented Binoy Koshy, Managing Director of SECO/WARWICK India.

The factory in India by the numbers

The new plant has an area of 4,000 m2, the ceiling height is as much as 12 meters, and the hall is served by two overhead cranes with a lifting capacity of 15 tons. The SECO/WARWICK India location is strategic. The factory is located in a special economic zone, near Pune, where many industrial plants, which are potential SECO/WARWICK customers, are located.

“The investment in the new hall is an investment in the Group’s development in this region. India is one of the fastest developing countries in the world with gigantic production needs. Owning production here means that we have to organize expensive logistics and transport for our furnaces. It is very important that products with the SECO/WARWICK logo fulfill the promise of high quality, regardless of where they are produced. That is why we have conducted a very reliable and long training process that guarantees that the equipment meets our highest standards,” explains Sławomir Woźniak, the CEO of SECO/WARWICK Group.

India, one of the world’s largest emerging markets

India is a member of the G20 group. As one of the largest emerging markets, it can effectively pursue its interests internationally, even on a global scale. The demographics are a huge advantage with this Asian country. India currently ranks first in the world in terms of population. Over 1.4 billion citizens live in India, of which approximately 35 percent live in metropolises with millions of inhabitants. And compared to European countries, Indian society is very young. Almost half of the inhabitants are under 30 years old, and over 60% of the society is of working age. Rating agencies forecast that the GDP of India will grow by an average of over 6% per year by 2030, which is impossible for European countries.

It is also assumed that the country’s economy will double within a decade. India is still classified as an emerging economy, but because it is the fastest-growing large economy in the world, according to some analyses, it may in the future – in the near future, become the third largest economy in the world, after China and the United States. It is therefore not surprising that European companies are increasingly expanding on this market. Such an investment cannot fail to pay off.



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