Best Filament Winding Machine Manufacturers

CNC TECHNICS has been involved in the design, manufacturing and applications of multi axes CNC filament winding machines and accessories for the past decade. Headed by a first generation technocrat from one of the premier engineering institutions in the world and ably supported by an excellent team of over 50 engineers and technicians, CNC Technics strives to design and manufacture filament winding machines at very affordable costs.

5 top female entrepreneurs of India

Gone are those days when women had to fight for survival and recognition in a male-dominated society. Women now are self-motivated and independent. Education and changing perceptions is playing a great role in this evolution. New generation women are dauntlessly overcoming all the disparaging notions and pushing their boundaries to achieve the unachievable. India has seen a pool of such evolving talents, who are finding their places in the upper echelons of the business of the world. Here’s a compendium of a few superwoman of our nation:

  • Indira Nooyi
    Born and graduated from madras, Indira Nooyi is the current CFO of the second-largest food and beverage business, PepsiCo. She acquired Post Graduate Diploma in Management from IIM Calcutta. Before joining PepsiCo in 1994, she held positions in companies like Johnson and Johnson and Motorola. She was named the fifth CFO of PepsiCo, in its 44-year old history, in 2001. Following that, she received several recognitions for her business prowess and corporate skills. She was ranked 13 in the Forbes list of World’s 100 Most Powerful Women in 2014. PepsiCo experienced more than two times increase in net profit and a boost of 72% annual sales under this woman’s extraordinary business acumen.
  • Chanda Kochar
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    The managing director and Chief Executive officer of ICICI, India’s second-largest bank, Chanda Kochar joined the same as a management trainee after receiving a Master’s degree in Management Studies from Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai where she bagged the Wockhardt Gold Medal for Excellence. She was promoted to several other positions within ICICI bank before being named the CEO. Under her expertise, ICICI started retail business in 2001 to become the largest retail financer in India in the next 5 years.
  • Naina Lal Kidwayi
    Former president of Federation of India Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and present Group General Manager and Country Head of HSBC, India, Naina Lal Kidwayi is a Chartered Accountant and business executive and an Indian banker. She completed Bachelor’s in Economics from Delhi University and was the first Indian woman to Graduate (MBA) from Harvard Business School. She served ANZ Grindlays as Head of the Investment Bank, Head of Western India, Retail Bank and hence became the first woman to supervise foreign bank in India. She worked in Standard Chartered Bank, Price Waterhouse & Co. and also was the Head of Investment Banking in Morgan Stanley in her early career years. Besides being the chairman of HSBS, India, she backs the youth-driven organisation, AIESEC, actively by acting as a National Advisory Board Member to it. The list doesn’t terminate here. She serves as a non-executive Director on the board of Nestle SA, is on the Audit Advisory Board of Comptroller and Auditor General of India and Governing Board of NCAER. She received a Padma Shri Award for her exceptional contributions in Trade and Industry. This woman has her achievements laid out for people to wonder, how multitalented a person can get.
  • Simone Tata (‘Cosmetic Czarina of India’)

    Born in France and educated in Switzerland, Mrs. Tata joined Lakme board in 1961 and went on to become the chairperson of the same in 1982. She was the first lady entrepreneur to bring cosmetics production and beauty salons in India when most of the women her age were busy with their households. Later in 1996, perceiving the increasing demand of retail industry she sold Lakme to Hindustan Lever Lt. and started Trent Lt. with that capital. She is now the chairman of Trent, a part of Tata group which operates Westside, Starbazaar and Landmark.
  • Neelam Dhawan
    Neelam Dhawan is a woman with strong will and unshakable soul. She plunged into the IT industry valiantly in 1980, when there was barely a handful of female IT employees. She is currently the Managing director of Hewlett-Packard (HP), India. She was the Managing Director of Microsoft Corporation(India) Pvt. Lt. before joining HP. She dreamed of becoming a part of HCL and Asian Paints in her young years. However, due to the reluctance of these organisations to accept a woman as a part of their Sales and Marketing Dept., she got rejected. Nevertheless, it didn’t dampen her hopes and she successfully showed her pre-eminence, especially in the IT industry, setting a path for up-and-coming young talents to embark upon!