SICA India aims to make manufacturing cycle simple and faster

SICA India aims to make manufacturing cycle simple and faster
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Incorporated in 2007, SICA India commits itself to factory automation and commercial application fields with an office in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Andra Pradesh, and Bangalore. SICA has completed 15 years of business serving customers including Siemens, Elmach, ACG Pharma, Unilever, Castrol, johnson and johnson, ITC, and many others.

Talking about the company’s R&D, Hiren Sanghavi, business head, SICA India, shares, “SICA from the start has been trying to create components to make manufacturing cycle simple and faster. In the last three years, SICA has tried to convince customers to build standardization on every product designed to make work simple and has successfully brought products with a specific design.”

Made in India brand SICA India will participate in ANUTEC – International FoodTec India from 14 to 16 September. According to him, exhibitions like ANUTEC help businesses bring users from different industries together at a single location and check the new developments happening in the required sectors. Sharing his views about the upcoming exhibition – ANUTEC, Sanghvani, says, “Presently basic aim of SICA for coming to this exhibition applies to educating customers to come under standardization to make manufacturing simple which will benefit long-term goals.”


He informs, “Some of the products on display at the exhibition include Modular Conveyor, Roller Conveyor, Vertical Lifts, Linear Guides, etc. SICA offers a wide range of aluminum profile sections plus all the connecting elements and accessories the designer could need. These modular components allow an almost infinite possibility of frames to be constructed for use in industrial machinery, guarding, storage, and display applications. It helps us showcase our craft, meet new faces, catch up with existing clients, and get an opportunity for new technological tie-ups.”

Expressing his views about the company’s plans, Sanghvani says, “The Vision we have for SICA isn’t a 1-day plan out but is a stretched out detailed plan with a five years vision for SICA India to presently serving the customer in India with the standardization to as many industries as possible and by 2026 to achieve a 200-crore company is the settable target.”

You can visit their Stall No. F 101 and meet SICA India to know more about their offerings at ANUTEC from 14 to 16 September at Bombay Exhibition Center (NESCO), Mumbai.

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