Mitsubishi Electric reopens its factory automation and industrial division’s manufacturing facility in Pune

With new measures to keep workers safe

E-F@ctory, Mitsubishi Electric India, Make in India, Digital India, Digitisation

The automation industry is on the rise and is contributing towards increasing productivity, improving quality, consistency and reduced costs in manufacturing sectors. As a major Automation and equipment manufacturer, Mitsubishi Electric has been working strongly to support our customers with state-of-the-art technology. Along with developing products and solutions that match customers’ needs, Mitsubishi Electric utilizes its advanced technology to provide reliable solutions with an eye on the next generation of manufacturing.

After carefully examining the situation and supporting India’s fight against COVID-2019 pandemic, along with the promise of uncompromised safety and unmatched convenience, Mitsubishi Electric, a global leader in Factory Automation products has begun their work operations at the Pune manufacturing facility, while closely adhering to the advisory issued by the Central and State Governments and guided by the sole objective of securing health and safety of all its stakeholders.

Some key measures that the company has undertaken to keep its workers safe and protected include:

Training of Factory Staff

The factory staff have been trained rigorously on new guidelines on safety and hygiene measures for the safety of customers, vendors and themselves.

Health Monitoring of Factory Staff

The factory staff will be thoroughly monitored for their health as their safety and well-being is of paramount importance. This will also ensure our customer’s safety since our staff is the frontline interface with customers. All our staff members have been instructed to use Government of India’s

Aarogya Setu app to track their health status.

Online Service - Minimise customer – Staff interaction

The entire network will adopt contactless service processes through increased digitisation.

Factory Preparedness

Keeping in mind customer safety, the service staff have been trained to always wear protective safety gear and greet customers with Namaste, instead of handshakes. The sanitization of the vicinity and products is our priority.

To ensure safety and hygiene in operations, necessary changes have been incorporated during service.

The factory will be disinfected at regular intervals with availability of hand sanitizers across multiple locations at the facility.

We are planning to resume work operations at our manufacturing facilities in a phase-wise manner. This is the first phase, where we have abided the Government of India guidelines and ensuring every bit of safety for our employees. The employees who are residing near to the factory areas are aligned to work and the employees residing very far are advised to avoid long-distance travel and to minimize the contact during daily transit. While we assess the situation and safety measures of our employees, the Sales offices, Branch offices and Corporate office will gradually begin to re-open with limited staff attendance.

Mitsubishi Electric’s Factory Automation and Industrial Division (FAID) brings higher productivity to the factory-floor by offering a range of automation technologies, including e-F@ctory, that enables Digitalized manufacturing, Inverters (Drive Products), Modular Programmable Controllers (Modular PLCs) and Micro Controllers (Micro PLCs), Motion Controllers & Servo Motion Systems (AC Servos), Human Machine Interfaces - HMIs (including locally developed and manufactured Graphic Operation Controllers - GOCs), SCADA, Computerized Numerical Controllers (CNCs), Robots and Low Voltage Switchgear (LVS) products. Together, these technologies and products have helped OEM’s (Original Equipment Manufacturer), SI’s (System Integrator), Panel Builders, Consultants and EPC Contractors catering to different applications in providing reliable solutions.

Mitsubishi Electric have been focussed in taking its products and solutions across various Industrial Sectors like Automotive, Pharmaceuticals, F&B etc. These Industries appreciate the reliability of the products and the application experience the company brings to them – hence continuing to gain the acceptance of the customer despite Industry slowdown. The other important opportunity comes from Government Initiatives like Make in India and Digital India, as policies are laid down to expand the country’s manufacturing contribution to our economy. These initiatives drive the demand for Automation and at Mitsubishi Electric India.

e-f@ctory is a concept of connecting various field devices and machines in the Factory Shop-floor to the Company Enterprise layer through various networks and software with best-in-class Alliance Partners to increase Productivity, Quality, Safety and Security to the customer.


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