ABB to Supply Instrumentation Devices to Critical Indian Industry
ABB’s newly opened plant in Bangalore will manufacture field devices such as pressure and temperature transmitters, IP converters and electromagnetic flowmeters for industries like oil and gas, power, pharmaceutical, renewables, water and other segments.
ABB stated that this facility supports India’s ambition of transforming into a global design and manufacturing hub. This new facility has been opened keeping in mind the growing demand for instrumentation devices by its customers in the country.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Manish Dixit, Regional Sales & Service Manager South Asia, ABB Measurement & Analytics, said, “ABB’s smart instrumentation factory will cater to customers with speed and agility, leveraging leading digitalized manufacturing solutions, allowing flexible mass production to the highest standards.”
ABB’s Manufacturing Facility is Highly Automated, IoT Enabled
ABB’s new Bangalore instrumentation factory uses a digital production management system across all production lines. ABB also stated that the new factory has enhanced connectivity through ABB’s proprietary software ‘Manufacturing Execution System’ (MES), which will make the factory IoT enabled. The factory is also equipped with automated welding, enabling a significant improvement in productivity and quality. Also, the automated production flow design increases flexibility and enables additional manufacturing capacities to introduce new products as and when needed.
ABB’s Instrumentation Devices Factory to Ride on Sector’s Growth, Also Fulfil Export Demand
According to research published by Technavio Research in November 2021- The industrial automation and instrumentation market in India is expected to increase by USD 1.92 billion from 2020 to 2025 at a CAGR of 8.62%. ABB stated that its new Bangalore instrumentation factory will supply measurement solutions to local customers as well as also fulfil export demand.
About ABB India: ABB India Ltd (Formerly Known as ABB Ltd), founded in 1949, is one of the World’s leading engineering companies and a direct subsidiary of Switzerland-based ABB Group. It has 14 manufacturing facilities in India with 18 marketing offices and around 800 channel partners.