CII in association with their Knowledge Partner, Roland Berger released a publication titled “Manufacturing in India – Need for Transformation” against the backdrop of the ‘International Conference on Zero Defect Manufacturing’ held on 27 February under the aegis of AUTOMACH 2015 during the 21st IETF 2015 organized by CII during 26-28 February, 2015 at New Delhi.
The report looks at the government's ambitious 'Make in India' program and examines the key enablers and drivers to facilitate and build a best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure in India. While India focusses on leveraging its cost advantage, the global manufacturing industry is gearing up for the next level of industrial revolution. In context, leading edge concepts which include Industry 4.0, Sustainability/Green Manufacturing and Innovation Driven Manufacturing are introduced concluding with a Diagnostic for India.
‘Make in India’ requires an enhanced approach to protect the future competitiveness of Indian Manufacturing to include primarily five key themes:
- Accelerate Innovation
- Encourage Sustainable Businesses
- Establish a Dynamic Infrastructure
- Foster New Talent
- Initiate Policy Reform