Bright future in Auto Industry For Mechanical Engineers

| September 18, 2018

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Come Make in India a initiative by government of India is boosting the automobile industry to a greater extent along with the upcoming changes in regulatory policy, Innovation driven upgrades , demand for automatic transmission & supply of exports worldwide. A fleeting, medium-term and long haul strategy guide will be helpful to design limits and adjust capital speculations.

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SIC Hungary Rubber Manufacturing

At a strategic location in Central Europe, Sic Hungary provides industries with end-to-end solutions for their rubber needs. With an in-house staff of highly educated engineers and rubber-manufacturing professionals Sic not only produces a wide range of rubber products but also solves complex technological issues since 1936.

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Why women in STEM matter

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One way or another, we all work on infrastructure; whether design, construction, operation or maintenance. We solve problems and make things work – often without the public realising the complexity of our task. We sit in the background and don’t make waves. We are good at the technical challenges, but how often do we take a step back and think about how our work or project fits into the ambitions of wider society? Who is commissioning it? Why are they commissioning it? What are the political drivers? What do they want the outcome to be? What has changed since we started work on it? This sort of questioning will help us deliver better projects, as we see the bigger picture, beyond our technical solutions. With so much of our infrastructure delivered through public bodies, it is important that civil engineers understand, and give professional advice to, the political process that drives infrastructure investment for our communities.

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SIC Hungary Rubber Manufacturing

At a strategic location in Central Europe, Sic Hungary provides industries with end-to-end solutions for their rubber needs. With an in-house staff of highly educated engineers and rubber-manufacturing professionals Sic not only produces a wide range of rubber products but also solves complex technological issues since 1936.

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