Maier+Vidorno

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LI Ping HR Director / BHS Corrugated Machinery(Shanghai) Co.Ltd

Strong support in recruitment
M+V is very professional in India HR market. They were able to provide us with strong support in our recruitment. We are satisfied with their service.

Falk Tzchichholz Sales Manager Export / Kjellberg Vertrieb GmbH

Incubation solution
With the incubation solution from Maier + Vidorno , we successfully placed our products in the Indian market and established valuable product market presence, which we can now build on further with our subsidiary

Andreas Dauerbock Quality Assurance / Voestalpine Grobblech GmbH

BIS registration project
The BIS registration project went smooth and efficient. We are very satisfied with the way the documentation, communication and inspection on-site was handled from the Maier+ Vidorno Team. We are happy to recommend working with M+V in India – with the expert’s advice you will need.

Rajesh Nath Managing Director / VDMA India Services Pvt Ltd German Engineering Association

Competent Partner
India has great investment potential for foreign companies if you manage the highly complex business environment professionally. Our experience shows – Maier+Vidorno is a competent partner to efficiently set up and run business.

Bjoern Becker Export Sales / Jumo GmbH & Co KG

Market Presence and Profitability
The cooperation of JUMO and Maier+Vidorno is a success story in India since 2008. Our sales, market presence and profitability in India shows constant growth. M+V knows about the challenges foreign companies face while doing business in India – and provides hands-on solutions.

Rene Pluss CFO, Member of the Board / Regent Beleuchtungskorper AG

Business Diagnostic and Implement Improvement
Maier+Vidorno understands business challenges in the Indian business environment and provides solutions with the help of its experts. M+V has experience in running business diagnostics and implement improvement and expansion strategies in various industries in India.

    Waste Water Management in India Imperative not Optional-M+V Altios

    Waste Water Management in India: Imperative not Optional

    Sep – Nov 2017

    The ever increasing water shortage has been a grave problem for India. Rising waste water due to rapid industrialization and growing population, along with diminishing freshwater sources like rivers, wells, and groundwater is concerning. The Water and Waste Water Industry in India offers many opportunities as technology application and private investment in Waste Water Management has become vital to contain the crisis and improve the availability of safe water. According to a recent statement by Amarjit Singh, secretary, Ministry of Water Resources, the country can recycle 40 billion litres of waste water generated every day. He urges the private sector to bring in their expertise and work with the government on projects to recycle this waste water.

    In The Press

    14.09.2017 – Millennium Post

    First-of-its-kind water ATM thrown open in Delhi

    In collaboration with an Israeli company, a unique ‘Air to Water ATM’ has been installed in Delhi’s Connaught Place, which is only used in Western countries currently. The project is expected to improve the quantity and quality of accessible clean water.

     

    21.09.2017 – The Economic Times

    German Huber in JV with A.T.E. for water management solutions

    Water, waste water and sludge treatment German major Huber SE has entered into a JV with India’s ATE Group to manufacture select Huber SE products in India, represent Huber in India and Bangladesh, and cater to wastewater treatment and recycling requirements in the two countries.

     

    26.09.2017 – The Tribune

    CM reviews plan for decentralised sewage treatment

    Pushing ahead with its agenda of decentralising waste water treatment, Delhi Jal Board has identified around 600 locations for establishment of decentralised sewage treatment plants (STP). This would solve the sewage crisis and produce a huge amount of recycled water.

     

    05.10.2017 – Business Standard

    Danish waste water treatment company eyes India’s Smart Cities

    Aarhus Vand A/S is looking at India’s Smart Cities project to lend its expertise in setting up integrated sewage treatment plants with a focus on generating power.

     

    10.10.2017 – India Water Review

    India’s packaged drinking water market set for new launches

    The packaged drinking water market in India is expected to witness launch of many new brands. Companies like Nestle and Patanjali Ayurved are set to foray into the new segment.

     

    10.10.2017 – WaterWorld

    Rural India to complete 90 percent water connections by 2020

    Speaking during the India Water Week inauguration, Indian president Ram Nath Kovind has said the government has pledged to connect 90 percent of Indian rural households to a piped water supply by 2022.

     

    28.11.2017 – Business Standard

    Corporates, govt should work together in waste water

    There is great potential for the corporate sector and the government to work together in waste water management as per the secretaries of ministries of drinking water and sanitation and water resources.