(L - R) Mr. Anurag Daga - Director-Sales & Mktg., Mr. Dinesh B Daga (Chairman & Managing Director) - Shree Hans Alloys Limited, Mr. Swapnil Daga Director-Technical
Indian foundry Industry is adopting programs like Skill Improvement of workmen, New Technology to enhance productivity, use of IT for better utilization of available resources. We are now installing additional manufacturing facility like machine shop, assembly, testing and outsourcing additional special processes like Nitriding, robotic welding for special applications.
There is a lot of scope for growth opportunities in terms of infrastructure development like development of Sea Port, Airport and Construction of cement concrete Roads. We would like to supply specialized & engineered products best suited to the specific application.
Our R&D is focused on the development of more complex and intricate castings with a longer life span. This will require continued high level of R&D expenditure and improved dialogue between practical foundry personnel, design engineers and OEM representatives. It is no longer acceptable only to be a reliable supplier – customers want so much more now and foundries that embrace new ideas and concepts will be the ones that ensure the global foundry industry remains a crucial part of the supply chain with a prosperous future for many decades to come.
By providing more value added products and product with better metallurgical properties for performance enhancement.
We are the manufacturer of ferrous castings, especially Steel, Stainless Steel & Nickel Based Alloys, are committed to enhance customer satisfaction by complying with the requirement of QMS and continually improve it, meeting the International Standard. We intend to supply consistent quality castings confirming to various international and national standards as per our customer’s requirements.
Foundry industry is the growth of additive manufacturing and the ongoing developments in 3D printing where an increasing number of parts are now being targeted for this technology. Now more and more foundries are connecting equipment in an interactive manner and using data in a significant way to be more efficient and more pro-active.
The desire to develop this further so that all in the supply chain, including customers, are also involve will result in a more streamlined production process and the ability to predict supply requirements and anticipate process requirements.
In Recent years Indian foundries have focused on:
The major challenges foundries face are: lack of skilled manpower, good power supply at competitive rates, sand availability due to mining and environmental issues which could hinder medium and longer term investment.
The average Import rate of duty in several competing countries is nil. While in India these rates vary from 2.5% -5% which results in cost disadvantage to Indian Foundries as compared to foundries in these competing countries affecting the global cost competitiveness of Indian Foundries.
The Technology processes in foundry sector over the last few decades have changed radically. The changes are taking place at a pace which is unprecedented.
The technologies adopted today will become outdated in next 5-7 years. Moreover, the average production in Indian Foundry needs priority attention as less as compared to foundries in other countries.
The Indian steel industry is expected to grow moderate to high in the near future as end-user demand starts to pick up. Notably, Foundry industry is the mother of all industries, and The country’s ‘Made in India’ campaign – which predicts India to become the fastest growing economy – will require the foundry industry to grow three-fold in the next ten years to cater for other sectors. As many companies in countries throughout the world battle to remain successful there is an ongoing need to add value and be a supplier of choice. To do this it will be important to be innovative and flexible whilst remaining efficient and competitive.
Our range of products includes Castings for:
Future Plans: We look forward for manufacturing of fully machined components upto 48” and also bring the centrifugal line of business into mainstream.
Our vision is to become one of the leading manufacturers of Industrial Cast and machined components for the critical and demanding needs of Oil and Gas, Refineries, Petrochemicals, Thermal and Nuclear Power Plants.
To build loyalty among both our employees & customers’ through constant technological innovations.
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