/Salasar launches heavy structural steel manufacturing unit

Salasar launches heavy structural steel manufacturing unit

NEW DELHI: has announced the launch of its new manufacturing plant for structural steel fabrication in Hapur (Uttar Pradesh). The newly launched plant is one of the largest installed capacities in North India with a total production capacity of 15000 tonne per annum.

Structural steel is widely used in large-scale construction projects. Salasar has set up the new facility to continue to contribute towards the development of national infrastructure powered by technology. Additionally, the company incorporates new technologies to provide smart solutions for customized steel fabrication and infrastructural development in India.

In a statement, Shashank Agarwal, MD at Salasar Techno said, “Uttar Pradesh is one of the significant markets for us. Considering the scale and growth trajectory on which Salasar is continuing to move, we are committed to becoming a leading player in the North Indian region. We aim to capture a substantial chunk of market share with 25 percent rise in the overall growth with the installation of the new facility.”

The manufacturing unit is spread over 60,000 sq meters to provide heavy structural steel fabrication for bridges, power plants, process plants, high-rise buildings, PEB buildings, Warehouses, Airport hangers, and Metro stations. The facility will be aimed at providing 360 degree solutions for heavy steel structures, starting from conceptual/structural design to fabrication, supply, erection and handover to end-user.

The manufacturing unit is equipped with an automated multi torch CNC plasma cutting machine for extreme precision. It is also installed with twin-wire both sides, advanced beam welding line from Corimpex Italy, 7-axis CNC drilling machine, automated blasting & painting machine for multi-coat painting and many more.

It has expansion plans of equipping its new heavy steel structural plant with modern techniques and seeks to provide employment to more than 1000 people including contracted labor.

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