This is “Made In India”……

Last week, my business partner has purchased a grinder in India. And, today he tried to cook by use of this grinder at first, it did not work completely.
He is not professional mechanic worker in Japan though, he has excellent knowledge, skill and experience of mechanic works. So, he checked inside of this grinder.

Then, he has found out the below points.
1. Design itself is 100% faulty from the basement, nothing is in good.
2. Manufacturing level is absolutely primitive, it can not be called as “manufacturing” from Japanese view & knowledge.
3. All parts are not geared properly each other, this makes “not to move” condition.


Unfortunately, this level can not be called as “manufacturing” from Japanese general persons’ knowledge and experience.
And, my business partner can repair two wheeler/four wheeler/jet skis etc, many kinds of machinery items very well, so there is no possibility to break this grinder by himself, actually.
We consider that such a level items make assessment against India down, we feel that facilitating “Make In India” project would be extremely difficult, these things are not what we hope.

So, we hope that providers would listen and accept our feedback… would make their quality better, better quality items can obtain more trust from customers, it is very important……that’s why we hope so……

Anyway, we feel that such a case makes us to feel as: “Yes, this is “Made In India”……..”.


About Haruka_Qingxiang

Haruka Ito is a Japanese woman, who love Wushu(Chinese Martial Arts). Her athlete career is more than 20 years, she was Gold Medalist of Hong Kong International Wushu Festival, All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Championships, All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Tournament, Osaka Wushu Taijiquan Championships. The number of Medals: 16 Gold, 6 Silver, 6 Bronze. Hobbies: Wushu, International Travelling, Reading Books, Learning Foreign Lanuages(English, Mandarein Chinese, Cantonese etc). The countries where been to: Australia, Hong Kong, China(Guangzhou, Nanjing), Macau, Myanmar, Vietnam, Thailand, Korea, Indonesia, Dubai, Malaysia and India.
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One Response to This is “Made In India”……

  1. 倪董谋 says:

    I admire your approach to this problem. When there are so many poorly manufactured products coming out of a country, it certainly does affect other people’s perceptions of that country, and of slogans like “Made in India”. Hopefully the manufacturer does listen to your advice.

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