The Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) has conducted the third edition of ACT (ACMA Centre for Technology) Summit, with the theme ‘Digitizing Auto Component Industry in India- Creating Smart Factories, in Pune, India on December 8-9, 2017. Over 1,000 delegates from the Automobile and Component Industry, Academia and Government have attended the event.
Anant Geete, Union Minister for Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises, Government of India, Tom Flack, President & Chief Procurement Officer, TATA Motors, NK Minda, President, ACMA, Ram Venkatarmani, Vice President, ACMA and Srivats Ram, Chairman, ACT have participated.
The ACT Summit brought together national and international experts in the field of Industry 4.0 who deliberated and presented case studies on the advantages of automation and digitalisation. ACMA Awards were distributed to 57 companies recognising their contribution in 13 categories.
“I appreciate the unparalleled efforts put in by the ACMA Centre for Technology (ACT) in facilitating the adoption of international best practices in the auto component industry. I congratulate ACMA on their efforts to drive the industry forward in a responsible manner and assure that the government will extend full support to ACMA,” said Minister Anant Geete.