Panorama Consulting and Engineering, one of the forerunners in the international market, will make its much awaited entry into India at IndiaChem Gujarat 2015. Panorama Consulting is over a decade old US-based Engineering company with offices at Boston, New Jersey, Mumbai and Ahmedabad.

(PRWEB) October 21, 2015

FICCI is holding a trade show IndiaChem Gujarat at Mahatma Mandir, Gandhi Nagar from 28th – 30th October. This trade show, however, stands apart from the rest. It is here that Panorama Consulting and Engineering, one of the forerunners in the international market, will make its much awaited entry into India. With the attendance of chief executives from the US headquarters expected, this is shaping up to be a moment that the industry won’t soon forget.

As engineering experts, Panorama not only provides customised solutions for the chemical and pharmaceutical industry, but also a range of thorough planning services. ‘A unique problem deserves a unique solution’, this is the belief the company strives towards in everything it does. Their body of work includes a range of Greenfield and Brownfield projects as well as specialised process services for major players in today’s market.

Commenting on their unique work culture, the Partner-Technical Operations, Suraj Iyer says, ‘We focus on delivering the best service to our clients, within budget and on time, which will help them achieve the maximum output from their project’.

While the company is a strong supporter of the government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, their approach is unique. By drawing foreign investment and know-how to our markets, Panorama plants the seeds of growth for the Indian industry. Talking about their role as an enabler, CEO and founder, Dilip Mehta says, ‘With the ‘Make in India’ initiative, we see a great growth in the Indian manufacturing sector and contribute to it by helping create world-class facilities which will be competitive on the international stage’.

After establishing a stronghold in Boston and New Jersey, Panorama will soon start operations in India from their offices in Mumbai and Ahmedabad. No cost is being spared to set up a powerful and exhaustive network of operations. Plans include an initial strength of 50 engineers to cater specifically to the Asian markets, and this number is expected to rise to 100 engineers by 2017.

With its firm grip over global business and industry, Panorama is sure to find itself a valuable place in the Indian market.

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