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The growing adoption of industrial IoT driving the growth of Smart (Connected) Worker Market. The smart worker market is expected to be valued at USD 1.87 Billion in 2018 and is likely to reach USD 4.40 Billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 18.69% between 2018 and 2023. The growing adoption of industrial IoT and the increasing focus of manufacturing companies on energy efficiency, resource optimization, and reduction in production and operating costs are driving the growth of the market for smart worker solutions. Further, the growing stringency in occupational health and safety regulations across the world is also contributing to the market growth. The demand for smart worker solutions across various applications in the oil & gas industry is expected to grow significantly over the next 5 years. The manufacturing industry accounted for the largest market share in 2017. The oil & gas industry is at the forefront of adopting smart worker solutions. The use of IoT-enabled smart worker solutions help the oil & gas industry to monitor workers’ health and improve their safety in hazardous environments. The market for software used in smart worker solutions is expected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2018 and 2023. This can be due to its capability to enable supervisors to track time, safety, wellness, productivity, location, and working environment of workers, among many others, and to analyze the situation accurately. North America held largest share of smart worker market in 2017 North America held the largest share of the smart worker market in 2017. There is a need to reduce the operational cost in industrial facilities owing to the growing price war in this region. The rising demand in the manufacturing, oil & gas, and power & utilities industries to improve the worker performance and safety and reduce the overall operational costs. This is the key factor for a large market share of this region in the smart worker market. *Source: Download PDF Brochure- https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownload.asp?id=250662320
Stamping Parts Fostered with a team of highly experienced professionals, we have been able to manufacture, export and supply Stamping Parts for over 45 years. These parts are extensively used in various applications for fitting and fixing purpose. The offered parts are designed and manufactured under the supervision our engineers by making use of supreme class sheet metal and cutting-edge technology as per the set market norms. To meet the exact need of our clients, we offer these Sheet Metal Parts in different specifications at an economical price range. Daksh Tools offers a wide range of Metal Stamping services from simple blanking tools to complex die stamping. We have an in-house designing and engineering of custom dies. We have the ability to stamp most materials including heat-resistant abrasive alloys, ferrous or non-ferrous alloys, and other exotic metals. We can prototype samples or small volume orders or long run cost effective stamping solutions, and manufacture your custom parts and components. We also provide a variety of value-added services including Degreasing, Packaging, Assembly/Sub-Assembly, and more. Signature Metal Stamping Capabilities Custom Stamped Metal Parts Existing Die Repair and Maintenance In-house Tool Design and Fabrication Metal Stamping Precision Metal Stamping Heat-resistant Metal Alloys, Ferrous, Nonferrous and Exotic Metals Stamping Dies Prototype Metal Stamping Short Run Stamping Value-Added Assembly Services Cleaning & Painting Heat Treat & Plating De-burring & Tumbling Features: Strong construction, Corrosion resistance, Accuracy, Custom fabrication
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Sheet Metal Brackets Our range of Sheet Metal Brackets are manufactured using best grade raw material and are widely demanded in various industries such as electrical, automobile etc. These parts are designed in compliance to all requisite norms and standards. Our range is offered in different sizes and can also be customized as per the specifications provided by the clients. Sheet Metal Parts available with us are intricately designed and are manufactured with the aid of technologically advanced machinery. These fittings are also well polished or powder coated to make them corrosion resistant. These brackets are used for mounting of any products such as TV, projectors or street lights and many more. Apart from this, we have the ability to conduct stress and mechanical testing on brackets depending on the application. Furthermore, we also do powder coating or plating on the Sheet Metal Brackets. Daksh Tools fabricates sheet metal brackets for the electronics, medical, lighting, dental, audio and other industries that require custom sheet metal brackets, Wall Brackets, Mounting Brackets, & Metal Sheet Brackets. We have been successfully supplying these parts to countries across the world such as in California, Texas, Michigan, New York, Detroit in USA, Victoria, Melbourne, NSW in Australia, Gauteng, Durban, Johanvesburg in South Africa, Toronto in Canada, London in UK, Germany, Russia, Abu Dhabi, Dubai in the UAE.
Stainless Steel Enclosures- We supply a comprehensive range of Stainless Steel Enclosures, which find application in different industries across the globe. Featuring robust construction, superior finish in grades SS 202, 304 & 316.
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Steel Variants – And the Industries That Use Them: Steel is one of the oldest and most widely used commodities in existence. Its uses span from home appliances and furniture to industrial machinery. This incredible metal is an alloy of iron and carbon with a few other things – called impurities – thrown in. Steel is graded into multiple variants or types depending on the proportion in which the components are used and the potential use of the end product. According to the World Steel Association (WSA), there are more than 3000 variants of steel. There are Four Broad Categories of Steel: It is quite difficult to classify a metal such as steel because of the sheer number of criteria for classification. Some of these criteria include: Composition Product form Production technique Finishing technique DE oxidation Strength Heat treatment The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) therefore states four broad categories of steel. Each broad category has several sub and sub-sub categories. The four broad categories include: Carbon Steels Alloy Steels Stainless Steels Tool Steels Before we venture to explain these classifications, it is essential to understand that steel is primarily made from mined iron ore combined with carbon. Several other alloying materials are also used, but iron ore and carbon are the two main components. The composition is what differentiates the four main categories. Carbon steel Carbon steel is made only from iron and carbon with no other substances. This type of steel accounts for 90% of the world’s steel production. Some other metal or mineral – such as nickel, chromium or manganese – may be used for hardening. Carbon steel, therefore, has many variants depending on the proportion of other substances used in production. Sub-categories of carbon steel are differentiated on the amount of carbon and other alloying substances used in making the steel. It may also be differentiated on the finishing technique used, the shape of the end product or the uses that the product would be put to. Alloy steel Alloy steel is made up of iron ore mixed with various chemicals such as aluminium, copper, chromium, silicon, nickel, manganese and titanium. The proportion of chemicals varies depending on the desired properties, which in turn depends on where the steel would be used. These variations form the sub-classification of alloy steel. The four most commonly used varieties are: Grade 4140 – Chromium Molybdenum Steel Grade 4340 – Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum Steel Grade 6150 – Chromium-Vanadium Steel Grade 8620 – HSLA-Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum Steel Alloy steel is used for industrial purposes such as making pipes, auto-parts and electronic machinery. Stainless steel Stainless steel – named for its property of resisting corrosion, heat and stains – is made up of iron ore mixed with 11-20% chromium, which is the principal alloy, and some nickel. Chromium gives stainless steel its corrosion resistance, and, depending on the amount of chromium used, steel can be magnetic or non-magnetic. The three broad categories of stainless steel are: Austenitic Steel: Non-magnetic-heat-treatable steel which usually contains a high proportion of chromium and 5-10% nickel. This steel is what we see in our kitchen – it is what home appliances and utensils are made of. Ferritic Steel: Ferritic steel also contains a high amount of chromium – about 12-17% – and traces of nickel and carbon along with a few other alloys. While Austenitic steel is hardened by heat, Ferritic steel is hardened by cold-pressing. Cheaper than Austenitic steel, Ferritic steel finds application for industrial purposes. Martensitic Steel: This contains 11-17% chromium and traces of nickel as well as carbon. This type of steel is used for making knives and other cutting tools as well as in dental equipment. Tool steel As the name suggests, this is steel used to make tools. Tungsten is the primary alloy used in making tool steel. It is used in combination with molybdenum, cobalt and vanadium. Varying quantities of these substances are used to make steel more or less resistant depending on the purpose or use of the steel. Other Classifications of Steel Steel products are often classified based on their shape or use. Tubular steel, flat steel, coils and roll steel are some such classifications. Another classification is based on the finishing applied to the finished product – galvanised, coated, cold-rolled or hot-rolled, among others. Source: power2sme
What To Do If You Lose A Key Customer: Customer retention can often mean the difference between your company thriving or dying. This makes the loss of major customers one of the greatest risk factors for manufacturing businesses. Your consistent goal should be to go to any lengths necessary to retain these keystone clients. However, over the course of even a vastly successful company’s lifespan, this kind of paradigm-shifting customer loss can — and will — occur. What do you do in the event of being dropped by a major client? More precisely, how do you rebound from this seemingly catastrophic event as quickly and efficiently as possible? Upsell Your Existing Customers The easiest customer to acquire is a customer you already have. In the event of a major client dropping your company, turn to your existing customer base. Your current customers probably aren’t utilizing your full range of offerings — they may not even be fully aware of all the services your company can offer. This is the perfect time to pitch them on any new options your company can provide that will bring them additional benefits. Consider offering them a package deal if they agree to bundle new products or services with the existing services they already receive. Put In The Effort After the loss of a premium client, every second counts. The extra hours you put in now will make all the difference. Reach out to existing and potential clients to inquire about their status and how you can be of service to them moving forward. Are you consistently top of mind for them? Step up your marketing efforts. Take a look at your industrial website; if it hasn't been refreshed in awhile, it could be preventing you from acquiring new customers. Utilize every available tool in the marketing toolkit — email marketing, PPC, SEO, and social media. Think about potential new audiences you can connect with that may be interested in your offerings. Have you tried diversifying your target industries or creatively approaching new applications for your services in your existing target industries? Learn From Your Mistakes Analyze the circumstances that led to your major client loss. Solicit feedback from that customer if possible, and ask them why they’ve chosen to move on from your company. Discern where you went wrong servicing that client in order to reduce the chance of the same problem occurring with your other clients. In these situations, it is also worth looking at how your company’s revenue is dispersed amongst your client roster. Having only a few key accounts covering most of your operating overhead can often be a recipe for disaster. For example, if you lost a client that accounts for 30% of your net revenue, try replacing them with two clients who each comprise 15% of that revenue. This minimizes the exposure of your company’s bottom line and allows you to recover more quickly when you lose a single client. Look For Quick Wins Given the long and complicated nature of the industrial buying cycle, connecting with new customers can take awhile. Unfortunately, time is a luxury you may not have after losing a key account. If you want to speed up this timeline — and fill up your sales pipeline — uncovering the buyers that are looking for your products and services can prove invaluable. Daksh Tools is a leading manufacturer & supplier of precision sheet metal components, assemblies and sheet metal fabrications in India, offering the full range of subcontract engineering services.
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