• 04 - 07 November 2020
  • Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

Dharmendra Nautiyal

1. Tell us about your company and product profile?
Prima Power is a leading specialist in machines and systems for sheet metal working. Our manufacturing facilities are in Italy, Finland, USA and China, from which we deliver machines and systems all over the world. Our sales and service network is active in over 80 countries, with direct presence or through a network of specialized dealers. Prima Power India is 100% subsidiary of Prima Power Group, based in Pune having sales and service network in India. Our offering in this field is one of the widest and covers all applications: laser processing, punching, shearing, bending, automation. With our product lines ThePUNCH, TheLASER, TheCOMBI, TheBEND, TheSYSTEM and TheSOFTWARE we cover all stages of the sheet metal working process. Our family of highly advanced servo-electric solutions for punching, bending and integrated processes is the widest in the world, marketed under the slogan “Energy in Efficient Use”. We are an undisputed leader in 3D laser machines, we are among main world players in the 2D laser segment with a wide range of top performance and highly efficient machines used in a multitude of fields all around the globe.

2. Which products are you displaying at AMTEX 2020?
We will be displaying graphics, videos and catalogues for entire product line of Prima Power in front of the buyers. We are not planning to exhibit any machine in the show.

3. What are your target markets and which industries are the relevant buyers?
Sheet Metal manufacturing companies from electrical, telecom, furniture, gensets, elevators, doors, automotive industries are our target markets, which we are trying to capture by exhibiting at AMTEX 2020.

4. How do shows like AMTEX help in enabling the industry growth?
Tradeshows like AMTEX brings together the buyers and suppliers under one platform. The show provides an opportunity to relevant industries to find the most efficient and modern solutions providers for their production requirements and future expansion plans.

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