opep@iimraipur.ac.in Volume: 2 Issue:1 Date 17th
August, 2013 www.opepiimraipur.blogspot.in
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Newsletter 2.1 15.08.13

  1. 1. opep@iimraipur.ac.in Volume: 2 Issue:1 Date 17th August, 2013 www.opepiimraipur.blogspot.in Major mobile manufacturers admit using environmentally disastrous tin Nokia, Sony, Motorola, LG and Blackberry have all issued statements admitting varying degrees of culpability in using tin from the Indonesian island of Bangka, where mining operations are causing deforestation, spoiling drinking water and farmland, and destroying local coral reefs. Ford to Make India a Global Auto Manufacturing Hub American automotive manufacturer Ford has announced plans to make India a central platform for their global vehicle production. The company will move production facilities to its plant at Sanand, Gujarat, and commence manufacturing of three different vehicles from 2014. These cars will include a small hatchback, a new regular hatchback and a mid- sized sedan. Tiger Logistics Files For IPO Tiger Logistics Limited has filed an IPO on BSE SME Platform. Its Clientele includes Yamaha Motors, Honda Motorcycles, Bajaj Auto, New Holland Tractors & Escorts India Ltd. Its recent projects are BHEL, ISGEC, Jaguar Overseas, Ircon International Ltd, Afcons Infrastructure, Lucky Exports, and Mahesh Exports & Angelique International. Jaguar Land Rover to recall 11,852 vehicles in China Jaguar Land Rover TAMOJL.UL, a unit of India's largest automobile company Tata Motors Ltd (TAMO.NS), will recall 11,852 vehicles in China over possible engine and oil leakage problems, China's quality watchdog said. Read about Robert Gantt Henry Laurence Gantt (1861-1919) was a mechanical engineer, management consultant and industry advisor. He developed Gantt charts in the second decade of the 20th century as a visual tool to show scheduled and actual progress of projects. OPEP’s Operations & Supply Chain Quiz is scheduled to be held on 18th August 2013 at 22.30 hrs. Gear up to amass points for your houses What is ”LEAN Manufacturing”?

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