China’s Yadon to showcase latest presses at IMTEX
Schuler’s affiliate Yadon will exhibit a wide range of presses at IMTEX Forming 2020. Yadon is a success story in India. In the last two years, more than 80 presses from the Chinese manufacturer have been sold in the country.
Schuler’s affiliate Yadon will exhibit a wide range of presses at IMTEX Forming 2020. Yadon is a success story in India. In the last two years, more than 80 presses from the Chinese manufacturer have been sold in the country. About half of them with a press force ranging from 60 to 1,000 metric tonne have already been installed at various metal forming companies. The complete product portfolio will be on exhibit at IMTEX Forming 2020 in Bangalore from January 23 to 28 (stand G82, hall 27).
“Our customers are convinced not only by the attractive price-performance ratio of Yadon's presses, but also by Schuler's closely-knit service network. This means that our employees are always close to our customers and can provide quick assistance for high plant productivity,” said Managing Director Nitin Kulkarni.
Yadon has also signed the largest contract with a foreign country in India. An Indian company bought presses with a total value of almost Euro 5 million. “Thanks to the support of Schuler India and the Yadon sales managers, we were able to get this order with an very important and well known tier 1 supplier to the Indian automotive industry,” added Liang Cheng, Vice General Manager, Yadon.
Schuler acquired a majority shareholding in Yadon four years ago. At its three facilities in China, the manufacturer produces C-frame, blanking and tie rod presses, among others, for the medium and lower price segments. The portfolio also includes high speed and hot forging presses. Yadon’s biggest machine, a 2.500 ton transfer press, is based on Schuler technology.