RungePincockMinarco (RPM) has announced it has entered into a business partner agreement with Tractors India Private Ltd (TIPL). Under the business partnership agreement, TIPL have been appointed as a software sales agent, support and services provider for RPM’s leading mining software solutions and services in the Indian and Bangladesh markets.
TIPL has been driving India’s growth both in infrastructure and mining. They have emerged as one of the leading providers of a wide range of mobile construction and mining equipment.
TIPL will bring a breadth of local knowledge and experience to address industry pain points through the delivery of leading enterprise software solutions, local support and expert consulting advice.
RPM’s CEO and Managing Director, Richard Mathews, said: “As we strengthen our commitment to specialist mining software solutions, we look to engage with partners who have wide skillsets and strong client relationships. Our partnership with TIPL is a natural fit for our software strategy in India.”
“With a proven history of developing strategic alliances with their clients, TIPL provide product support solutions, Maintenance and Repair Contract services, community investments and operator training to a diverse range of mining companies and communities in India. TIPL have the right experience and qualifications to be able to fully support RPM’s market leading maintenance, financial and scheduling solutions.”
Mr Mathews concluded: “TIPL already have an extensive amount of equipment which uses RPM’s software to manage their Maintenance and Repair Contracts at many sites right across India. This solid and secure client base, underpins RPM’s commitment to the region and further emphasises the opportunity presented to both TIPL and RPM as a combined presence.”
Mr. Sunil Chaturvedi, Chairman & Managing Director of TIPL, said: “This strategic partnership with RPM is in line with our growth strategy in the Indian mining industry. The partnership will allow us to deliver a much needed step change and value-added technology boost to Indian mining companies while ensuring their growth and economic success in the region.”
This agreement takes effect immediately.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/mining/28022017/rpm-announces-agreement-with-tipl/
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