The major international companies with offices in India have already sold their complete systems in India, led by companies such as Deutschland, Amada, Bystronic, LVD, Prima Power Laserdyne, Han’s Laser, and Golden Laser. They have been the main enterprises in the metal cutting market until China laser pointer began to enter the Indian laser market with low-cost metal cutting systems (mainly 500W).
As the market grows, the demand for laser talent is also increasing. But the lack of well-trained human resources is the reason why local manufacturers and distributors cannot achieve growth.
Other applications such as coating, welding and hardening are constantly growing, but they are not growing as fast as cutting and marking. However, as the cost of red laser pointer lasers falls, the demand for these applications continues to grow. With the launch of “Made in India”, more and more companies are completing major systems and solutions locally.
As an enterprise that has experienced market development in the past decade, we believe that the demand for lasers is about to develop rapidly in this country. This growth will be driven by the need for more economical fiber laser cutting machines, technology, the end of second-hand machines and other laser applications.