Indochin is one of the leading manufacturers of FAST CHARGERS & ADAPTERS which is high on quality and the products are Made in India.
During an exclusive interaction with Mobility magazine, Mr. Tarun Chadha (MD) & Mr. Hemant Kumar-Director Operations, Indochin elaborates on the brand’s policy, how these thrusts on Indian manufacturing and the pros and cons of Make in India.
Aim of the company
The main aim of the organisation is to be India’s most trusted & biggest OEM supplier of FAST CHARGER & ADATERS. The Company initially started as an EMS provider for the SMT based products in year 2014 in India and has now from the year 2017 gradually specialised in an array of FAST CHARGERS AND ADAPTERS
The vision of the Company is to position itself as the country’s leading manufacturer of FAST CHARGERS AND ADAPTERS which are high in quality. The products of the Company have undergone a lot of research and tests, thereby making it supreme quality. The Company also conceptualises manufacturing and plans to position itself as the top leader in the Indian manufacturing hierarchy.
Keeping in mind the fact that consumers are in need of FAST CHARGING ADAPTERS, the Company has come up with a wide range of FAST CHARGERS AND ADAPTERS that suit the requirements.
The Company currently specialises in # 18W Qualcomm QC 3.0, 20W PD Apple, 24W/4.8Amp D-USB Charger, 27W Super Sonic QC-4.0. 30W SuperVOOC/Super Dart/Warp. 30W QC2.4A, 30W Apple PD Charger (Apple MacBook Air), 38W PD+QC (20WPD+18WQC), 45W PD (Samsung Super-Fast Charging) + All in One, 50W SuperVOOC + PD (30W SuperVOOC + 20W PD), 65W Gan PD (Samsung Super-Fast Charging) + All in One, 65W Gan C+A (Apple Macbook Pro + All in One), 95W Gan C+C+A (Apple Macbook Pro + All in One + All in One),185W Gan (Power HuB).
Speaking on the focus areas and aim, Mr Hemant Kumar says, “Our USP is Introducing FAST CHARGERS & ADAPTERS before than any other OEM manufacturer in India with the mission of delivering quality first.”
Research & Development
Indochin has an association with-USA, Germany, Taiwan, Thailand & China-based different companies for the sourcing of reliable and authentic components and making FAST CHARGERS under the Make in India Scheme with sustainable and Extra Ordinary Quality products as the same as original products.
Elaborating on the R&D team, Mr. Hemant Kumar says, “We have a team of IIT Engineers who are well known for our industry and having experience of minimum of 8 years to 20years in Electronics. Apart from that, we have a technical staff for all types of operation related to the manufacturing process of FAST CHARGERS, where the minimum qualification is a Diploma in Electronics. We spend lots of hours and energy on training our staff to understand the latest requirements and product knowledge. “
Make in India
Mr. Tarun Chadha says, “Make in India is a great initiative undertaken by the government and there has been an exponential growth in the outlook of the Indian consumers as well. The government has undertaken steps like imposing duties on CBU and SKD of both boost the Indian manufacturing sector. Labour is much cheaper than any other place in the world. Not only this, there is less Income Tax (15%) on new companies for a few years.”
Improvements needed under Make in India
Mr. Tarun adds, “Manufacturing needs to undergo some stringent steps to be able to accelerate the growth and continue to support and accelerate these policies that have started.
The government should give more MSME support in terms of Easy and Low-cost Finance. It should also have training institutions with a minimum fee for the skill development of Industrial Labour to be more productive. It should give more benefits to the exporter as well as the Indian manufacturers who are doing trading in India only also (PLI based).
Moreover, apart from that, Mobile industry needs to devolve the resourcing of Electronics Components fromthe India only @ chip level manufacturing. The government should invite more companies from abroad to setup their manufacturing units or plants in India and have a vision of Export Oriented Hub.
In some areas where SKD has a duty and we do not have the infrastructure for it in India, duty should not be there to control the cost of CBU (CompletelyBuilt-up Unit) so that we can also do Export to various countries as face the competition from the other counties in a healthy manner.
Talking about the steps which the government should undertake, Mr Hemant Kumar says, “I feel that the government has to continue the (PWM) Phase Wise manufacturing and has now introduced Production Link Incentives (PLI) schemes. Not only this, the export training for the New MSME and efforts should be made to waive the duty on certain components also. If all these are done, then the country will be propelled to become the manufacturing hub.”
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