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Hectronic showcases advanced fuel management solutions at IMME 2022

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Hectronic showcases advanced fuel management solutions at IMME 2022

Fuel management is becoming increasingly important in the context of off-highway vehicles or equipment. At the ongoing IMME 2022, Hectronic India that offers products and services in the fuelling/refuelling market segments is showcasing a host of solutions that help to manage fuel better.

In this exclusive interview, Hemant Dahale, Managing Director, Hectronic India and Kishan Kalburgi, GM – Sales & Marketing (International Market), Hectronic India explain you how their fuel management solutions benefit the end-users and in turn the mining ecosystem.

Also present at the occasion, Shantanu Banerjee, GM – Techno Commercial, India Mining Business and Manish Gautam, AVP – Techno Commercial, India Mining Business from Adani Natural Resources express their interest in choosing fuel management solutions like that of Hectronic whereas Mahendra Singh Choudhary, GM (IT) from Shree Cement Ltd shares his experience of using Hectronic’s solutions.

WATCH this exclusive report straight from IMME 2022, Kolkata.

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