IDEX INDIA

  • Website: http://www.idexindia.in/
  • Size: 201-500 employees
  • Overview: Headquartered in Lake Forest, IL, USA, IDEX was founded in 1987 and stands for Innovation, Diversity and Excellence. Our company trades under the symbol “IEX” on the New York Stock Exchange and Chicago Stock Exchange. Today, we have operating facilities across five continents with 6,800 dedicated employees worldwide. IDEX India is 100% subsidiary of IDEX Corporation. We are best known for our expertise in highly engineered fluidics systems and components, including positive displacement pumps, flowmeters, valves, compressors & skids that help in the processing, measurement and distribution of liquids, gases and solids. Our served markets include oil & gas, chemical processing, power, water treatment, food & beverages and pharmaceutical. IDEX India facility in Savli, Vadodara in Gujarat incorporates a highly effective, team-oriented environment that integrates design, engineering, manufacturing, administration, and the industry’si latest technology. At IDEX India factory we focus on designing, developing and delivering local products to the local markets based on the local customer requirements and market demands. Our front-end Sales & Marketing team is a group highly qualified globally networked group of professionals working passionately from different places of the country, closely associated with our Channel Partners & counterparts across the world, and very easily accessible – locally. Our sales people are just a call away! Our Application Engineer & Product specialists on the other hand, will go into every minute detail of our customer needs and offer the best solution for their business requirements….Response time to customers is paramount.

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