Indian business travels

Kaaredination has alot of connections to India’s machinery industry. Here is the story

Kaaredination’s CEO and Owner Kaare Knudsen has multiple times traveled to India, with a goal to make businnes connections to India. Under the travels Kaaredination has made connections to multiple companies with different skills.

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Tharangambadi:

The city of singing waves. This is the place, where Kaare started the search for companies that could expand Kaaredination’s skills and services. In Tharangambadi, better known as Tranquebar, Kaare found a little workshop, that made it possible for engineering students to make their exam project. At first the little workshop only contained a welder, a lathe and a bunch of basic tools. Kaare saw the oppertunities straight away, and started to engage them i danish businnes and what he did. Over the years the little workshop became bigger and Kaare got an idea which he showed to the engineers Bala, Mudarli and Gerrarch. They saw the oppertunity and made a little office for Kaare. The office still stands to this day.

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Coimbatore:

After years, cooperating with the workshop in Tranquebar, Kaare got a hint. The hint was about the big city in the Tamil Nadu region, called Coimbatore. Coimbatore is one of India’s biggest cities within the machinery businnes, therefore Kaare decided to take a trip to the city. The city’s reputation was right, everywere in the city there were small and big companies making all kinds of things. At the hotel where Kaare stayed, there were a conference for engineers, Kaare went there and he met a lot of interesting poeople within his own businnes. There he talked to a man named Vishnu the CEO and owner of a bigger company, that makes all kinds of mechanical engineering . Kaaredination still works with this company, and together they make a great team.

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Karaikal:

Kaare decided to work half a year in India, to learn Indian culture and industry. On this trip Kaare worked for the big german company Henkel in India. There Kaare designed a soap cutting machine for the company. Everytime Kaare travels to India, he visits Henkel to see if the machine still is going strong, and so far it has been.

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Here you can watch a danish news section, that can further explain the story:

https://www.tv2fyn.dk/fynske-firstmovers/fynske-firstmovers-kaaredination