Manufacturing careers

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IT sector jobs have been the most popular for young and old graduating classes in India for more than a decade now.

This presentation ttys to show the diversity and depth of opportunities available in Manufacturing sector. For Indian manufacturing to grow, it is critical that the sector is able to attract best of the young talent

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  • Dear Suhas, This is a excellent presentation, which gives good macroscopic perspective of opportunities that will open up to drive economic growth in countries such as India where per ca-pita income is low. Thus will contribute to improve quality of human existence. Thanks for sharing.
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Manufacturing careers

  1. 1. Challenges & opportunities 1Suhas Baxi
  2. 2. Brazil, Russia, India, China Growth, Investments, Returns, Wealth Creation Suhas Baxi 2
  3. 3. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 GDP (%y/y) 8,9 6,5 8,5 8,8 9,2 Industrial Production (%y/y) 9,3 5,3 9,5 9,6 9,3 Fixed Investments (%y/y) 7,7 6,6 7,4 7,4 7,9 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 3 Fastest growing sectors (next 5 years) 1.  Electricity, gas & water (13,8%) 2.  Paints, varnishes &c. (13,6%) 3.  Telecommunication equipment (12,6%) 4.  Pharmaceuticals (11,6%) 5.  Man-made fibres (11,5%) 6.  Oth. special purpose machinery (11,4%) 7.  Electric components (11,4%) Key Issues “Economists expect that the policy stimulus will drive a strong recovery in investment and maintain consumption. In the near term, however, annual growth will dip from last year’s strong H1 results but should gather momentum to over 8% towards the end of this year as exports stabilise.” China Sector Shares % of GDP Services 31% Agriculture 9% Extraction 4% Utilities 4% Construction 6% Manf of non durable consumer goods 9% Manf of durable consumer goods 3% Manf of investment goods 16% Manf of intermediate goods 18% Sectoral GDP Split1) Source: Oxford Economics 06/2009. 1) Sector Split: % of GDP 2008 Economic Development/ Forecast % Services 31% (General Service including: Insurance, Banking, Consulting etc.)
  4. 4. 0,0 2,0 4,0 6,0 8,0 10,0 12,0 14,0 GDP ( %y/y) 7,5 5,0 6,5 8,8 9,0 Industrial Production (%y/y) 4,4 0,1 6,0 9,8 10,7 Fixed Investments (%y/y) 9,0 5,7 8,6 12,2 12,7 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 4 India Sector Shares % of GDP Services 59% Agriculture 16% Extraction 2% Utilities 2% Construction 7% Manf of non durable consumer goods 3% Manf of durable consumer goods 0% Manf of investment goods 2% Manf of intermediate goods 9% Fastest growing sectors (next 5 years) 1.  Motor Vehicles (10,9%) 2.  Other manufacturing (10,0%) 3.  Oth. general purpose machinery (9,9%) 4.  Machine tools (9,2%) 5.  Pharmaceuticals (9,2%) 6.  Coke,petroleum & nuclear fuel (8,7%) 7.  Iron & steel (8,5%) Key Issues “The re-elected government has stated that ensuring a substantial pick-up in growth is its key priority. Inevitably this will mean that efforts to bring the large budget deficit under control will not start for a year or so. In the interim the government may turn to asset sales to help reduce the funding gap.” Source: Oxford Economics 06/2009. 1) Sector Split: % of GDP 2008 Sectoral GDP Split1) Economic Development/Forecast % Services 59 % (General Service including: Insurance, Banking, Consulting etc.)
  5. 5. Engineering (B2B) Iron/ Coal Mines Iron & Steel & Mineral Intermediates Steel & Mineral Products Machinery Ancillaries Other Intermediate Goods Automobile White & Brown Goods Consumables Suhas Baxi 5
  6. 6. In a globalizing Industry Suhas Baxi 6
  7. 7. Suhas Baxi 7
  8. 8. Impact on Engineering Sector ■ Various segments of the industry will continue to grow ■ Growth of large scale and heavy industries could be faster than the rest ■ Indian engineering industry will look more global with more international players Suhas Baxi 8
  9. 9. }  Supply Chain ◦  Quality }  Product Development ◦  Process ◦  Multi Product Complexity & Standardization }  Technology }  Environment }  International Trade }  Information Technology Suhas Baxi 9
  10. 10. Sao Paulo Shanghai Hub Spoke Solon Smithfield Boksburg Dubai Pune Wetter* Slany * incl. Uslar and Luisenthal CIS MHE USA LogHu b LogHu b LogHu bLogHu b
  11. 11. DCC India11
  12. 12. Generated   Power   S ent   by Long   Distance   Transmission What is DistributedPower ?What is DistributedPower ?What is DistributedPower ? Generated   Power   S ent   by Long   Distance   Transmission Coal,  Oil and  Nuclear Coal,  Oil and  Nuclear Power  Connected to  Local  Distribution Power  Grid Power  Connected to  Local  Distribution   Power  Grid Distributed  Power Excess  is  S olid to  Power  Grid Distributed  Power Excess  is  S olid to  Power  Grid Natural  GasNatural  Gas HydroHydro S olarS olar WindWind BiomassBiomass Electric   Generation Plant Electric   Generation Plant Distributed  PowerDistributed  Power Conventional  Power Distributed  Power Generated  Directly for  End  User Distributed  Power Generated  Directly for  End  User Conventional  Power
  13. 13. Carrier Network Device Choice •  Outlook Mobile Access •  Intranet Apps Secure Connectivity External Corporate Firewall Internal Corporate Firewall DMZ Shop, Designer, Extranet, … Multiple Enterprise Servers File & Print, Email, Teamservice, Intranet, ….. SMS Blackberry: Email, Addressbook, Calendar eToken for Secure Remote Access Automatic Virus protection Standard Client A modern engineering organization with end to end IT backbone
  14. 14. Suhas Baxi 14
  15. 15. Demag- Designer DDS Sales Text Kunde Service VI Backoffice ITAS Installed Base PGM EXTRANET INTRANET IDAPSY
  16. 16. It is not glamorous… But… glamour does not always make a great career Suhas Baxi 16

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