Dormer Pramet is one of the fastest growing cutting tool company’s in India.
To celebrate this and more than ten years supporting the Indian metalworking industry, the global manufacturer will attend IMTEX 2019, Hall 3A, Stall no. B119.
The company has built a strong reputation within India for its extensive assortment of high quality indexable and round tools which support a wide range of customers in die & mold, railway, general engineering, heavy machining, automotive, aerospace and MRO.
Gautam Ahuja, managing director of Dormer Pramet India, said: “Though we are one of the fastest growing cutting tool companies, we still see more opportunities to increase this further. Building our brand is a big driver in establishing our position in India. We do that by hiring the best people and making sure we provide the best product and service package available.
“We work through distribution, but we do a lot of technical work at the end-user level and that’s the way we drive our products to customers. Working with partners and suppliers to achieve the best results for the end-user is extremely important to us. Every step of the process needs to work as effectively as possible and we are committed to helping our customers carry out their machining processes in the most efficient way.”
It will be the 50th year of IMTEX, which takes place at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (24 – 30 January).
This year, Dormer Pramet will present a fresh stand design compared to previous shows, as it showcases its new corporate branding and product displays. All products will be displayed by ISO material type, making it easy for customers to find the tools they need to support specific applications.
Various new products will be on display at IMTEX, including the SBN10 high feed milling range with BNGX inserts, M8330 milling grade for general machining applications in a variety of materials, and the extended Shark Line program of material specific taps.
Also, its new range of solid carbide drills, the Force X and Force M, assortment will be available, as well as the Hydra replaceable head drills.