Tata Electronics is now focusing on developing crucial advanced machinery for iPhone case manufacturing. Earlier, the company mainly assembled cases for Apple in India.

Now, it is venturing to build “sophisticated” high-precision machines, with the aim of reducing dependence on imports from China, it has been reported Economic times.

Local Development and Export Plans

To achieve this, Tata Electronics has partnered with Indian manufacturers to build these machines in the country, with the intention of exporting them in the future.

According to the report, Tata Group is conducting phased testing of these machines at its Hosur facility. This move aligns with India's target of achieving $300 billion in electronics exports by 2025.

Potential impact and challenges

Experts predict a positive impact on the Indian manufacturing landscape. However, there are challenges, including the need to meet Apple's strict standards and the current lack of precision machining capabilities among domestic manufacturers.

This initiative is part of Tata's overall strategy to diversify its supply chain and reduce dependence on specific components. Although CNC machines are widely used in India, precision manufacturing remains a challenge due to lack of domestic capacity.

However, with collaborations in Pune and Bangalore, Tata Electronics is striving to address this gap. While exporting these machines is part of their agenda, it may take time to meet international standards, the report added.

As Tata Electronics moves forward with its development efforts, more details are expected to emerge, indicating possible advancements in India's manufacturing landscape.

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