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Chamunda seems to have a head start compared with its competitors—6000 of its machines are running around the world. The key reason is service: "To retain customers is the most important job, and servicing is crucial," says Shah. "There are a few manufacturers here that believe in this and the future is positive for our side of the industry."

Emulation is also playing a role in the development of the machinery sector, and not only between local companies. According to Shah, with acquisition opportunities in Thailand, Korea, and elsewhere opening every year, the expected growth rate seems rather encouraging.


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