These countries are where the wealth is going to be created in the future. If you want to be part of that, you have to get over there. Instead of waiting for the world to come to us, we decided we had to go out to the world. You have to have a lot of patience and stick with it. Call it a leap of faith.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) September 21, 2008
Samco Machinery, creators of top quality roll formers used worldwide, expands their business to accommodate international markets. Recently Samco visited India and entered into a contract to supply a Tata subsidiary with roll formers to make the Nano. Samco is currently making expansion efforts to other nations including Russia, Dubai and China.
Since 1972, Samco Machinery has been the leader in the roll forming process. Two years ago Joseph P. Repovs, Chairman and CEO of Samco Machinery, recognized the value of visiting India and meeting with Tata. The visit resulted in a 3 million dollar contract and the chance to be part of creating the most affordable car in the world today, known as 'The People's Car'. Automotive and construction opportunities continue to develop everyday in nations such as Russia, India, Dubai and China.
According to Rosstat, the Federal State Statistics Service, there will be 72.5 million square meters of housing constructed in Russia by the end of 2008. Repovs realizes the expansion to global markets builds business and increases construction productivity worldwide. Samco spent 36 years in the local market until their recent expansion. Now Samco has a facility located in New Delhi and seeks to expand further to offer roll formers to Russia and Dubai.
Repovs states, "These countries are where the wealth is going to be created in the future. If you want to be part of that, you have to get over there. Instead of waiting for the world to come to us, we decided we had to go out to the world. You have to have a lot of patience and stick with it. Call it a leap of faith."
Samco Machinery is ready to address the red tape involved with global expansion to realize its benefits. Last year, Samco began a joint venture with Galium, an Indian company outside New Delhi. Samco-Galium put together a roll forming process line for Asia Motor Works/Essar Group that helps make heavy gauge truck chassis. Samco's expansion to Russia and Dubai would promote advanced technology and growth internationally. Samco has roll former machines in ten other countries including Italy, Finland, Britain, South Africa and Costa Rica.
For detailed information about Samco Machinery visit http://www.Samco-Machinery.com or call direct at 416-285-0619.
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