FLS congratulated suppliers who had successfully met its delivery requirements and quality of service standards during 2016. AUMUND Engineering was proud to be awarded a certificate for “delivery excellence and dedicated support in meeting on-time delivery”.
AUMUND conveying equipment is frequently supplied to FLSmidth for the complete plants that it installs for customers in the cement and minerals industries all over the world. AUMUND Engineering Private Ltd. was among select suppliers invited by FLSmidth to a conference in Chennai, India. Its Indian subsidiary, FLSmidth Pvt. Ltd., hosted the two-day meeting.
Mr. M.S. Balan, responsible for Sales & Marketing at AUMUND Engineering India (to the right), receives the award from Mr. Naresh Priyani, FLS India Vice President Procurement.
As a leading expert in bulk materials handling, AUMUND works closely with FLS on specialist solutions for conveying and storing technology, incorporating AUMUND machines and especially its flagship products, belt and chain bucket elevators, into the overall FLS projects.
The first day of the meeting in Chennai was dedicated to interaction between the procurement and engineering teams of FLS and their suppliers.
The various parties exchanged views, experiences and suggestions for the future on all aspects of the project processes, from enquiry through design, manufacturing and installation to the final payment stage.
On day two FLS gave detailed presentations about its capabilities and future prospects in various industrial segments, followed by general discussions on the current market situation and how FLS and its suppliers can enjoy continued success. FLS detailed its expectations in the main target areas of timely response from suppliers without the need for FLS to expedite, reduction in delivery times, value added engineering and competitive pricing structure.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/material-handling/18102017/aumund-india-scoops-flsmidth-award/
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