India Won Over by Zuken at User Group Meeting, Seminars


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Avid users of Zuken’s E3.series gathered at the Taj Vivanta on a weekday morning, despite traffic jams and pressing workloads. They rubbed shoulders with their peers in a magnificent ballroom to trade notes on E3.series and to learn what’s planned for future releases.

The response was overwhelming: The turnout of 114 people included participants in a variety of industries, including automotive, defense, machinery, power, engineering services, aerospace and railway.

E3.series users Applied Materials, TVS Motorbikes, Sandvik and Larsen & Turbo shared success stories. Joachim Frank, the director of Zuken E3 business and on his maiden visit to India, presented the road map of E3.series and shared the global success the product is enjoying.

With sessions by Eng Chee Keng, assistant manager of application engineering of Zuken Singapore, and Ramakrishna, manager of application engineering for Zuken India, and myself, the participants received information on the latest version and tips and tricks of using the E3.series.

Technical Seminars in Hyderabad and Pune

Hypberbad is home to many defense labs and public sector undertakings. The seminar “The Latest Technology Trends in Electrical Design” attracted 55 professionals. Post-seminar feedback was positive, and attendees requested similar seminars at least once a year.

Pune—bustling with industrial activities related to the automotive sector—attracted 45 people to its seminar.  Held in a grand ballroom with a giant screen and a powerful projector, the event showcased Zuken’s strong presence in India.

For more information, visit www.zuken.com.

 

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