In­di­geni­sa­tion: WASS ahead of its com­peti­tors


Since its en­try into In­dia in 1976, with the sale of LWT A244s, WASS has re­mained ahead of its com­peti­tors in in­di­genis­ing its prod­ucts. WASS opened a li­ai­son of­fice in 1997 to fa­cil­i­tate grow­ing busi­ness in In­dia, un­der­stand the pro- cure­ment process and po­ten­tial of In­dian in­dus­try. Hav­ing un­der­stood the In­dian mar­ket it opened a wholly-owned sub­sidiary in 2010, much be­fore the is­sue of DPP 2013 (which forces OEM’s to in­di­genise). To­day most of the for­eign in­dus­tries are pub­li­cis­ing their ef­fort to find an In­dian part­ner, on the con­trary WASS “has al­ready made”, strict re­la­tion­ship with In­dian com­pa­nies such as BDL, HEB, Tata Ad­vanced Sys­tem, Larsen & Toubro, etc. It has en­tered into a num­ber of agree­ments to man­u­fac­ture crit­i­cal parts of its prod­ucts not only for In­dian mar­ket but also for its in­ter­na­tional busi­ness. WASS treats In­dia as its do­mes­tic mar­ket and is com­mit­ted to of­fer In­dia the lat­est and the best state-of-the-art prod­ucts.

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