• Hemant Sapra, Co-Founder & President, Rajesh Nigam, Co-Founder & President

    Hemant Sapra, Co-Founder & President, Rajesh Nigam, Co-Founder & President

  • Let's wind back to the epilogue of the 20th century. The year 1999 saw Germany taking immense pride in front of the entire world by hosting the biggest International Trade Fair for Occupational Health & Safety (OHS). But against the run of traditions and monopoly, the show stealer was hardly a year old Indian company – KARAM, which manifested an appreciable range of occupational safety products. Despite this, the dominant Caucasian manufacturers satirized the new sensation from India, asking: ‘how long an Indian brand can survive the battle?’ The co-founders of KARAM, Rajesh Nigam & Hemant Sapra, confronted the question smiling, but with an added spark in their eyes to succeed and make a mark in the industry. The rest of the anecdote is an inspiring history!

  • KARAM: An Indigenous Brand Redefining the Quality Benchmarks in Occupational Health & Safety Market

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10 Best Made in India Product Companies - 2019

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  • 10 Best Made in India Product Companies - 2019

    “If there is one place on the face of earth where all the dreams of living men have found a home from the very earliest days when man began the dream of existence, it is India”, expressed the most famous French writer Romain Rolland. Over the past few years, India has indeed proven to be not just a home for many aspiring businesses but also a large market for their products that tasted incredible profits. Thanks to PM Narendra Modi’s Make in India initiative which has brought the aspects of local value addition, sustainable innovation and ease of doing business to fruition. For more than four years from its inception, this initiative has always been the linchpin behind India’s goal of becoming a global manufacturing hub. In fact, the fore casts of the Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index published by Deloitte reveal that India might be at the fifth place among the global manufacturing countries by 2020. Mean while during the past four years, there were many key developments in India – the digitization drive, the enactment of the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code in 2016, introduction of GST in 2017, launch of various institutional reforms, radical changes in FDI policy, the Bharat Net project and much more. These advancements have played an instrumental role in making the Make in India program a true reality. Modi once narrated – “Make in India is a LION's step! This initiative on one hand, will increase manufacturing growth, and at the same time, will directly benefit the youth of the nation in the form of employment”. This statement has indeed proven its worth since India holds youth as the highest component of its demography and huge advantage of unlocking the true human potential by putting it to good use. While a swarm of manufacturing companies have already engraved their expertise in India, a plethora of other businesses are envisioning to set-up their businesses here. Sifting out the best of these product companies, CEO Insights has composed a detailed listing – ‘10 Best Made in India Product Companies – 2019’. Post a thorough evaluation, an expert panel comprising of the industry leaders and CEO Insights Editorial Board has come up with this list of front-runners in the product manufacturing realm. The listing not only sheds light on the portfolio of products that are made in India but also the disrupting market trends in the manufacturing hub of India.

Made in India Product Companies

Company Person's Name Designation Person's Profile
Vijay Deshpande Vijay Deshpande Chief Managing Director Specializing in solving energy-related challenges of its customers by offering cost effective & reliable power solutions
Rajat Sarawgi Rajat Sarawgi Managing Director An organization that re-defines the quality of Precision Tubes thus becoming one of the leading choices of OEMs across the country
Hemant Sapra, Co-Founder & President Hemant Sapra, Co-Founder & President Rajesh Nigam, Co-Founder & President India’s leading Personal Protective Equipment Manufacturing enterprise offering a comprehensive range of products such as Head Protection, Protective Eye wear, Face Shields, Hearing Protection, Fall Protection, and many others that protect users from head-to-toe
Rahul Sharma Rahul Sharma Co-Founder A consumer electronics company offering a wide range of Smartphones, Feature Phones, Tablets, Laptops, Data Cards, LED TV, and many other products
Nidhi Modi Nidhi Modi Executive Director A well-established brand of RAL Consumer Products, empowering millions of people with its spectrum of affordable and eco-friendly off-grid solar products
Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Chairman An enterprise communications services company offering a comprehensive portfolio of Business Internet, Network Services, Cloud Networking, Data Center, Enterprise Voice, Access Number Services, and many other solutions
Achal Bakeri, Founder, Chairman & MD Achal Bakeri, Founder, Chairman & MD Vijay Joshi, CEO (India) The world’s largest air-cooler manufacturing company exporting to more than 60 countries with a history of ground-breaking innovations
N Chandrasekaran N Chandrasekaran Executive Chairman The Tata group comprises of over 100 operating companies in seven business sectors, including Communications & Information technology, Engineering, Materials, Services, Energy, Consumer Products, and Chemicals
Hiren Manharlal Shah Hiren Manharlal Shah Managing Director A composite textile unit offering finest quality of Fabrics, Industrial Textiles, Institutional Supply, Functional Textiles, Fancy Fabrics, and many other products
Sunil D'Souza Sunil D'Souza Managing Director With emphasis on executing the right strategy through the right talent, the firm delivers a spectrum of indigenous products infused with extreme convenience & usability to Indian consumers

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