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CompuBee Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - IT, ERP, Engineering, Management Consulting, company.
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CompuBee ® Technologies Pvt. Ltd. starts offering Plant and Machinery Valuation Services for Bank and NBFC

THANE, India – June 11, 2016 – Recently Chief Commissioner Of Income Tax Of Thane Region informed through letter no. THN/CC/Reg.34AB/CSJ/2016-17/95 Dated 18-Apr-2016 they are registering our Chartered Engineer Mr. Chandrashekhar S. Joshi as a plant and machinery valuer under section 34AB of Wealth Tax Act 1957. With this registration, now CompuBee® Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (henceforth CompuBee®) can offer plant and machinery valuation services to all the banks (either public sector / private sector / cooperative sector), Non Banking Financial Companies (NBFC), etc.

With this registration, CompBee® can also offer plant and machinery valuation services to the organizations directly who would like to get valued their plant and machinery assets from income tax registered / govt. approved valuers for various purposes.

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Best Wishese for ‪#‎Gudipadwa‬ and ‪#‎HappyNewYear‬ to you all.
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CompuBee® Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (henceforth CompuBee®) would be participating in “VenDEx 2016 – Industrial Exhibition and National Vendor Development Program” jointly organized by Thane Small Scale Industries Association (TSSIA) and Ministry Of MSME, Govt. Of India in the “Gaondevi Maidan – Thane”. Apart from other distiguished visitors, this exhibition would be attended by many Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) such as Indian Oil Limited, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC). The main purpose this Exhibition is to promote and develop the MSME vendor base for the larger enterprises.

Sahar Air Cargo customs empanels CompuBee Technologies as Chartered Engineer. With this empanelment, now CompuBee on panel of all three customs commissionerates of Mumbai i.e. JNPT, Mumbai Port and Air Cargo!

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appy #IndependenceDay. Let's take oath to be pragmatic & progressive, so that we can have a very strong nation
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Make In India - Steel Sector

As we all aware that Indian government has started new initiative “Make in India”. To be successful the products Made in India should have cost competitive advantage over imported products. 
The raw material costs used for making the finished goods all over the world are almost same. In case of iron & steel industry the cost of iron ore, scrap and major alloying elements are same all over the world. What is different in India is:

1. Energy (Electricity) costs 2. Labour Costs 3. Taxes 

All the above costs are out of the control of individual steel manufacturer. So how can we reduce our product prices which can make our products economically viable and become a major substitute for imported products? 
What the iron and steel producers can control is steel making process, the energy utilized in generating per ton of steel, the optimization of valuable raw materials (such a nickel, chromium, etc.) used per ton of products produced. 
As such the steel making process may be same all over the world, the issue is – can we optimize that process in such a way that our product costs are reduced significantly? One such optimization process is say planning for multiple heats in one go instead of planning for single heat. With multiple heat planning in one go, we can schedule different heats according to the raw material available and the output chemistry required. This reduces the cost of product as we have optimized the raw material and energy over multiple heats. 
Also we can optimize on the costly raw materials (such as Nickel, Copper, Chromium, etc.) by understanding their recovery rates, hot heel size of the furnaces and the raw material used. With this, we can reduce a lot on the costly raw materials and save the raw material costs. 
Since we have optimized the output chemistry as required without much trial and error, the furnace utilization increases giving us more output for same period further reducing the costs of our products. 
When we apply multiple techniques to reduce our product costs, our products become economically competitive and of the perfect chemistry (as required by the customers), then our sales would increase multi-fold. The underline is – we have to remember that every rupee saved leads to more rupees gained (due to higher sales). Time for us to adopt better technologies and better processes.

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CompuBee offers e-Business Solutions
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