Expectation from bC India For bC India, the previous edition was a definite success, but there was a restraint from both the exhibitors and visitors. Several foreign companies are looking to indigenise their sourcing for locally assembled products, while some are even looking at India as a possible location for their global sourcing programmes. Hence, a lot of high-powered discussions is expected — quite a few deals being struck. With the previous year’s exhibition being held in Mumbai — the financial, cultural and possible the connectivity capital of India — Greater Noida is much harder to get to and only the most dedicated visitors and exhibitors would be present. Hopefully, more meaningful discussions would take place with more serious players in the industry.
Products to be showcased As a key player in the E&CE market for hydraulic valves and systems, it is mandatory for Tucson Hydrocontrols to display its line of boom control valves. Being a ubiquitous component in almost all equipment manufactured in India, Tucson stall would not be complete without a dedicated section for this product range. Along with these, Tucson Hydrocontrols would be showcasing its motor mounted valves for direct mounting on hydro-motors as well as stabilizer locking valves. Flow control valves and standard hydraulic systems would be another product range the company would be putting up on show. Also, proportional valves and electronics, especially designed for the E&CE market, would complete its range for this event.
New product launch Along with its standard range, Tucson is also now heavily catering to rock drill manufacturers with bespoke as well as standardised systems for these equipment. Tucson is now releasing its line of hydraulic integrated circuits for excavator, crane, backhoe and utility equipment attachments as standard products. With a more robust structure than its competitors and capabilities to withstand the harshest and most unforgiving environments, these would be the prime focus at its stall. A more technologically significant product release is its zero differential overcentre valve. Capable of handling almost 350 litres of flow per minute, these are designed and manufactured for the first time in India without any foreign collaboration.
It is Tucsons’ hope that as more and more indigenous manufacturers of E&CE decide to push forward, Tucson would like to cater to their hydraulic needs much better.
“It is our hope that as more and more indigenous Manufacturers of EM & CE Decide to push forward we would like to cater to their hdraulic needs much better.”
-Raj Dabholkar, Sales director, Tucson Hydracontrols Pvt. ltd