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        Technical seminars give customers new insights

        Gränges technical seminars keep customers abreast of advances in materials and techniques, strengthening their relationship with the company. The recent seminar in Chennai, India, attracted a strong crowd, despite major challenges presented by the weather.

        Gr?nges technical seminars are carefully planned to enhance the learning experience for both customers and potential customers. But occasionally there are hiccups that can’t be foreseen.

        The company’s India Technical Seminar in Chennai on 25-26 November 2015 coincided with record-breaking rains and flooding in the region that made travel difficult and, in some cases, impossible.

        Despite the challenges, the Managing Director of Gr?nges India, Sampath Desikan, says the event was a significant success. “It’s remarkable to note that, despite the flooding and the adverse weather conditions, all the main customers from the Chennai area participated,” he says.

        Seminars on advanced technologies for heat exchangers

        Some 70 customers attended the event, including five potential customers who were keen to learn more about Gr?nges’ offering. With the seminar’s theme ‘Advanced Technologies for Light Weight Heat Exchangers’, participants heard presentations on heat exchanger materials, tube forming, fluxing, and furnaces. These are components or processes involved in the production of automotive heat exchangers, such as radiators and charge air coolers.

        Gr?nges received assistance from three external sponsors in organising the event: flux producer Solvay, furnace producer SEKO Warwick, and tube mill manufacturer Schoeler.

        There were great, detailed discussions at the end of each of the technical presentations.
        - Sampath Desikan, Managing Director, Gränges India

        Strengthening relations with customers

        Sampath Desikan says the seminar served an important purpose for Gr?nges India.

        “It was vital to maintaining customer relationships and the Gr?nges brand image,” he says. “It also created a platform for potential new customers to experience what existing customers enjoy in their relationship with Gr?nges.”

        The company has previously held similar seminars in 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014 and 2015.

        Positive response from attendees

        Gr?nges was represented at the event by officials including company CEO Johan Menckel, Director of Business Development Torbj?rn Sternsj?, technical experts from Gr?nges AB and Gr?nges Shanghai, and Thomas Ren, who at the time was Sales Director for the Shanghai and India teams. Menckel provided both the opening and closing addresses.

        Desikan says the response from attendees was positive. “They were happy to receive the latest news, and there were great, detailed discussions at the end of each of the technical presentations.”

        A potential growing market for Gr?nges

        With GDP in India forecast at 7–8 percent a year in the coming years and domestic car ownership increasing, Desikan sees great potential for Gr?nges, locally, despite weakness in the economy in recent years.

        “These factors imply that the market is bound to continually grow, and this will help to grow the Gr?nges business in India,” he says.


        Light Vehicle Production Growth, India


        Higher GPD growth than BRIC* average
          2012 2013 2014 2015** 2016** 2017**
        India 5.1 6.9 7.3 7.5 7.9 8.0
        BRIC* countries 5.4 5.4 5.0 4.7 5.5 5.6


        *) Brazil, Russia, India, China

        **) Forecast
        Source: World Bank, 2015

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