The very complicated elevators on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge
Elevator booklet, the reconstruction procedure.

The future of the elevator sector in India and a new ambitious trade association

Despite the economic slowdowns, the Indian lift market is expected to see strong growth over the next few years mainly linked to the development of the transport sector and social infrastructure; It is also important to consider the government’s strategic focus on reviving the construction sector with projects such as Smart Cities Mission and AMRUT.

Additionally, ambitious plans such as housing for all, upcoming metro rail projects and development of bullet trains would remain the major driver for the growth of the industry. However, the growth would be primarily fuelled by development in the tier-2 and 3 cities as the construction boom has already reached the saturation point in major metro cities. These changes would significantly propel the demand for maintenance and modernisation in the industry.

During these days, September 10th 2020 the Elevator & Escalator Component Manufacturers Association of India (EECMAI) registered with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs on September 10. Members met virtually on September 19 and unanimously elected Suraj Thodimarath of Wittur president, Hiren Panchal of Apson Inc. vice president, Kumara Swamy of Monteferro secretary, Nayan Movaliya of Tectronics Engineers joint secretary, Abey George of Fermator Group treasurer and Ashok Subhedar of DSA Electro Controls Pvt. Ltd. director-ethics. Thodrimarath said India is well-positioned to become “an alternate global powerhouse” for manufacturing elevator and escalator (E&E) components that comply with international standards.