Sundyne Expands India Office to Capitalize on Local Growth Opportunities and also to Increase Engineering Support Around the Globe
Jan 06, 2022
Expanded Scale and Scope of the India Footprint Targets Strategic Growth Opportunities in Energy, Chemical & Petrochemical and Industrial Markets, while Bolstering Engineering Support for Domestic and International Customers.
“Sundyne’s business is growing rapidly in India and throughout the globe, and in response to this, we’re aggressively hiring to expand our skill sets and capabilities,” said Sundyne’s General Manager for India, Raghavendra Kulkarni. “We’re proud of the talent we’ve added and we look forward to continued growth in the years ahead.”
Sundyne’s engineers in India provide a wide range of capabilities, including product development, hydraulic design, CFD, CAE, application engineering, technical documentation, order engineering and instrumentation engineering for Sundyne’s pumps & compressors. Newly added staff and the overall increase in size/scope of the Indian office will enhance the speed of delivery to both domestic & international customers. The Indian team also focuses on the domestic supply chain – as opportunities and requests for proposals have increased significantly in the last several months. Increasing capacity in the local time zone will assist Sundyne’s India & Asia region customers & consultants.
“India is a strategic region for Sundyne because the local & regional economies are growing rapidly in the energy, chemical & petrochemical and industrial markets – and each market plays well to Sundyne’s strengths,” said Mark Sefcik, President of the Sundyne Products business unit. “Our expanded staff in the region will not only work to serve these local opportunities, but they’ll also bolster Sundyne’s engineering & supply chain support for customers around the globe.”
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