Real trade in real time stokes RTI’s Indian connections

INDIA’s strengthening economy and reliance upon Australian resource sector technology has opened the doors of opportunity for Australian regionally- based METS business, Real Time Instruments (RTI).

It’s what makes the company’s seat at the Australian India Business Exchange (AIBX) 2021 India Business Mission vital to further expansion into the subcontinent’s market.

RTI chief sales officer Will Robinson said India’s power generation sector had emerged as an increasingly important market for the Mackay head-quartered global company following the deployment of 18 RTI AllScan elemental and moisture scanners to the country’s major power supplier this year.

Mr Robinson said the scanners, which employed world-leading technology and were designed and manufactured at RTI’s Mackay facility, were delivered to power stations across India, where they were being used to help reduce pollution.
He said each AllScan cross-belt analyser was attached to conveyors of coal being fed into the stations to monitor the quality of the coal, ensuring the correct grade was used for power generation.

“India is an important market for us,” Mr Robinson said.
“Certainly, it is a growing economy, but it is also a market where we can build on the innovation and experience RTI is known throughout the world for, and apply that to making power generation cleaner and more sustainable.”
“The Australian Trade and Investment Commission – and AIBX – have been an important conduit between our business and the Indian market. “The India Business Mission is something we are excited to be a part of.”

The Mission is a virtual and in-person event which will include panel discussions, virtual networking, online chats and virtual booth exhibitions. It will be staged from September 29 to October 02 and coincides with a visit to India by Federal Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Dan Tehan.

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