SMEStory: Renu Electronics – Providing products for factory floor automation

SMEStory has covered the journey of Ajay Bhagwat who started Renu Electronics in 1991, and today it has 160+ employees. Renu Electronics builds various products for automation in manufacturing units.

More information about their products is on their website.

Excerpts from the story:

[Ajay Bhagwat] has a Bachelor of Technology from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT, Powai) in Mumbai and an MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Iowa, USA. It was when he was in the USA that Ajay Bhagwat realised that the technology he was learning about would be useful in the manufacturing units in India. After refusing jobs in reputed firms in the USA, he chose to move back to India. And thus, Renu Electronics was conceptualised.


As for funds for the start, we used the royalties we had earned from the technology we had licensed (reverse license) to quite a few US, German and Dutch companies. Our customers were willing to pay for the technology


The USP of Renu Electronics is that our products are made for industrial’s rugged environment which can work without any fault in -22 degree Celsius to 70 degree Celsius and also in humidity.

and about their future plans:

We are planning to diverse in home automation, medical industry to reach the bottom of the pyramid.

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One Response to SMEStory: Renu Electronics – Providing products for factory floor automation

  1. while comparing with all other industrial companies Renu Electronics is quit comfort in optimizing the customers thanks for the share …

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