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Kiran Gems Commissions First Automated Melee Screening Machine

Jul 6, 2014 3:10 AM   By Kiran Gems
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Press Release: Kiran Gems, the world’s largest manufacturer of diamonds, had the first De Beers International Institute of Diamond Grading and Research's (IIDGR) diamond Automated Melee Screening (AMS) machine commissioned at its headquarters in the Bharat Diamond Bourse (BDB), Mumbai. AMS is currently the most advanced machine with the latest technology in CVD screening.

Dinesh Lakhani, the director of global sales, said, “It is one more step toward bolstering customer confidence. This would now allow us to have even stronger control of the distribution flow of goods and keep the integrity of diamonds. Kiran Gems is the forerunner in technology adoption and will remain so as it goes a long way in adding value to our relationships with customers.”

The machine allows screening  of 500 carats of colorless and near-colorless diamonds ranging from 1 pointer to 20 pointers in various pre-selected size categories per screening event. The machine is hassle free to use and due to its automated technology, it does not require anyone to sit through the whole screening process. AMS would allow Kiran Gems to handle CVD screening of goods in volume that are returned to the premises after being out for business, which is a normal and daily practice.

Prior to using AMS, Kiran Gems used IIDGRS’s Diamond Sure machine for the same purpose. Kiran Gems was also the first company to have a Diamond Sure machine. At present, Kiran Gems has three Diamond Sure machines which are all installed in its headquarters in Mumbai.

About Kiran Gems

Kiran Gems is India’s premier diamantaire with international reach and reputation. It is “The world’s largest manufacturer of diamonds.” Kiran’s breadth of product offering and its focus on quality has made it one of the most preferred diamond suppliers to the biggest and most well-known brands and/or companies of jewelry and watches. The company has 160 specialized production units, in Surat and Ahmedabad, which process over 5.8 million carats of rough to produce over 1.6 million carats of polished diamonds. A workforce of over 35,000 trained individuals makes the group the largest employment creator in the Indian diamond industry. Kiran owns over 1 million square feet of factory space to manufacture polished diamonds. More information about Kiran Gems is available on www.kirangems.com.

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