Beltecno’s Stainless Steel Panel Tanks installed at Serum Institute of India Pvt. Ltd. Hadapsar, Pune, Maharashtra, India
Concern Person’s Name: Mr. Vikas Jadhav
Beltecno’s presence at the Konnichiwa Pune Event, organized by the Indo-Japan Business Council (IJBC) and held at the Tilak Maharashtra University, Pune
Konnichiwa Pune is the kind of event that tends to bring people from Japan and India together in order to explore business, trade, commerce, and cultural opportunities. For the first time Konnichiwa Pune was organized by IJB at the Tilak Maharashtra University, Pune.
The representatives from NWSC visited the manufacturing plant of Beltecno India, Neemrana, Rajasthan on 26th September, 2018
Name of representatives:
One Day Seminar on Indo-Japan culture led by Mr. Tomio Isogai (Ex. Managing Director Sharp India) at Beltecno India Pvt. Ltd. Neemrana Factory
Group Picture with Mr. Tomio Isogai and Beltecno India team member
Embassy of Japan in Nepal, JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency), JCCN (Japanese Chamber of Commerce in Nepal) and IBN (Investment Board Nepal), visited Beltecno India’s Corporate Office in Gurgaon, Haryana, India.
The Beltecno Group has already completed the Japanese International Cooperation Agency's (JICA) Official Development Assistance (ODA) water tank project in Dhulabari, Jhapa, Nepal in December 2016. The concept of a Stainless Steel water tank, a reservoir water tank was new to the Nepalese. The most admirable part of SS panel tank is that it is hygienic, maintenance free, has high strength and a very short installation time period (as per the Water Supply Department, Jhapa district, where the installation of Reinforce Cement Concrete[RCC] water tank takes more than 1 year).
Nature Series Part 3: Toba
---David Moore (Intern at Beltecno)
For the third and final part of this series we will move away from Mount Fuji and towards the seaside city of Toba, famous for Mikimoto Pearl Island and the birthplace of pearl culturing. If you missed the first two parts of this series, “Part 1: Mount Fuji” or “Part 2: Shizuoka Tea Plantation”, be sure to go back and read those as well.
Nature Series Part 2: Shizuoka Tea Plantation ---David Moore (Intern at Beltecno)
In the second part of this series we will look into the tea plantations of Shizuoka Prefecture. If you missed the first part of this series, be sure to go back and check out a tank that Beltecno built near the base of Mount Fuji.
Nature Series Part 1: Mount Fuji ----David Moore (Intern at Beltecno)
Mr. David Moore (Intern at Beltecno), whom I have introduced in previous blog, shared his observations on Beltecno tanks installed at different locations. His impression on Beltecno tank has been portrayed in three-part series in his own words.