Engineered mining solutions provider, Tega Industries, has embarked on an extensive globalisation drive to standardise production across its six manufacturing plants in India, Australia, South Africa and Chile.
With the aim of standardising its production practices and ensuring uniform quality across all corners of the globe, the move has been a long time in the making with plants, such as the South African factory, receiving considerable capital inputs to ensure they are up-to-date with the latest manufacturing techniques.
Having reached the required milestone, the local plant has also been brought under-the-wing of the global organisation with three new members of Tega Industries’ international head office taking over management of the company to steer it towards its global objectives. The new Tega Industries management in South Africa is led by Vishal Gautam, sales and marketing manager, Ajay Pandey, head of finance, Punit Kalra, operations manager.
According to Vishal Gautam, the groundwork has been done and sets the stage for Tega to renew its drive into the marketplace in a bid to grow its footprint and win-over new customers and improve upon the performance of products and services of existing customers. “We are already well known throughout Africa as a supplier of quality products such as our mill liners and engineered rubber products, but not for all the solutions that we can provide from our global plants and this is what we need to highlight going forward.
“Apart from rubber products, mill liners, conveyor and wear parts, we are also able to provide a wider variety of products such as Hydrocyclones, Slurry pumps and other specialised equipment and services. Our technical teams are also available to undertake optimisation programmes to improve the efficiency and lifespan of processing and conveyance equipment.
“As a result, we are moving away from being a supplier and solutions provider, to rather becoming a partner in the process and equally invested in our customers’ success. In line with our company motto “Partnerships in Practice,” we are aiming to form long lasting relationships with our clients and growing with their own operations,” he concludes.