Minoo Impex plans to keep up with Industry 4.0

Minoo Impex is one of the leading players in test and measurement instruments market in India. Industry 4.0 – a buzzword across industries – is the biggest driver in electronics industry as well.
Minoo Impex plans to keep up with Industry 4.0
Minoo Impex is one of the leading players in test and measurement instruments market in India. Industry 4.0 – a buzzword across industries – is the biggest driver in electronics industry as well. While most of Minoo Impex instruments have PC interface and Bluetooth connectivity for data logging and monitoring, the company aims to introduce a more data-centric software approach to give intelligible insights for its users. In this interview, Yogesh Mehta (Proprietor) and D Mehta (Director) of Minoo Impex discuss industry trends and company’s growth plans. 
 
How are you serving the Indian manufacturing industry? What kinds of products & services do you offer?
 
Minoo Impex has served the electrical and electronic test and measurement industry for more than 30 years. We offer a wide range of portable test and measurement instruments required in most of the industries and laboratories. Our sole aim is to provide the most reliable solution for any industrial challenge faced with the help of instruments and technology.
 
How is the market for your products and solutions? What is driving this market?
 
With technological advancement and awareness and need for quality assurance of the highest level, the manufacturers are realising the importance of test and measurement in their production process and, thus, the scope is great for this industry in India. Awareness of the developing test and measurement instruments is the key subsequent to which adoption will 
be greater.
 
What are your views on the current status of electrical and electronics industry in India? What are the key challenges and opportunities before the industry?
 
The electrical and electronics industry is seeing advancement year by year as manufacturing services are increasing. We are seeing a change in PCB fabrication processes as India is adopting the latest technologies. With the market still nascent, those who adopt newer technologies soon will benefit in the long run. 
 
Electrification is increasing in general and in industries (like railways, automotive, etc) in particular. Against this background, what kind of new opportunities are you looking at in India?
 
Like we mentioned earlier, technological awareness is gradually increasing and we are keeping ourselves updated with all the advancements to serve and suggest the best solutions the industries might be facing. With greater electrification comes the need for more sophisticated test and measurement equipment, where we aim to capture the market. 
 
What changes are you observing in the electrical and electronics industry? How do you intend to tap some of these trends?
 
The biggest driver of electronics industry is the Industry 4.0. The IoT trend aims to proliferate the use of various sensors for monitoring and regulation, at the same time decentralising the automation process. Most of our instruments have PC interface and Bluetooth connectivity for data logging and monitoring and we aim to introduce a more data-centric software approach to give intelligible insights for our users. 
 
With India aiming to make manufacturing a $1 trillion sector by 2025, what role do you foresee for the electrical and electronics industry?
 
Electrical and electronics industry will play a vital role in the manufacturing sector of India as digital transformation takes forefront in all of the business models; it will shift to more complete and well rounded electronic system that will be sought after from end to end. 
 
What are your growth plans for the company?
 
With growing needs of quality assurance of products and better measurement process, we aim to increase our range of products to cater to as many industries as possible. In parallel to that, we are planning to keep up with Industry 4.0 by giving our users better means of monitoring and regulating their test and measurement process.
 
(Communication provided by the management of the company)
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