ACMA Holds Tech Show For Chennai Metro; Targets Localisation

Mobility Outlook Bureau
19 May 2023
01:42 PM
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The show saw 24 companies display their technology solutions and products, including display of components and systems for localisation by CMRL.


The Automotive Component Manufacturers Association (ACMA), in partnership with Facilitating MSMEs of Tamil Nadu (FaMe TN), organised a technology show for the Chennai Metro Rail (CMRL) on May 17-18 at the CMRL Depot in Chennai.

The tech show aimed to extend the business development opportunity to smaller suppliers, said ACMA, adding 24 companies displayed their technology solutions and products including display of components and systems for localisation by CMRL. 

Some of the products displayed include car body, car body fittings, bogies and running gear, power systems, propulsion, auxiliary systems, braking systems, interiors, insulations, injection moulded parts, bearings, on-board vehicle control systems, passenger information systems, communication systems, etc. 

The show was jointly inaugurated by Rajesh Chaturvedi, Director (Systems and Operations), CMRL, Shuba Kumar, Chairman, ACMA Southern Region and Managing Director of Natesan Synchrocones and Sakthivel, Joint Director & General Manager, FaMe TN. 

Vinnie Mehta, Director General, ACMA, said this is the first of its kind event for Metro Railways. “With proven competence on the front of quality, delivery and cost, ACMA is confident that the auto components industry will play a vital role in the journey of localisation of the rail-transport in India and other forms of mobility value chain,” Mehta said.

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