Indian Sub-continent Gets Local Support for CC-Link

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Indian Sub-continent Gets Local Support for CC-Link
Indian Sub-continent Gets Local Support for CC-Link

The CC-Link Partner Association has opened an office near the Indian capital of New Delhi to serve one of the world's most exciting manufacturing economies. This expands the network of existing offices in the UK, Germany, North America, China, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Japan.
The CC-Link Partner Association (CLPA) is an organisation of manufacturers and users of CC-Link, the Non-Stop Open Network. It manages the CC-Link specifications and promotes their worldwide adoption for network communications in industrial automation and also in an increasing range of other uses.
India is seen as one of the economies tipped to develop steadily over the next decade, enhancing its global reach and developing new sectors. It already has a firm manufacturing base that includes traditional heavy industries, modern electronic and computer based activities, and a world-leading biotech sector. Established and emerging industries alike are turning to automation to improve productivity, quality and safety so that they can be certain they are performing at the world class levels necessary for global competitiveness.
India has a large and growing population, with many highly educated younger people committed to pursuing technology-based careers. It has strong links with major markets in Europe and North America and is strategically placed to support developing markets in Asia, Eastern Europe and Africa.

Posted on December 19, 2012 - (467 views)
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