After the bitterly cold days and nights of the famed Delhi winter, spring is said to augur good tidings. Or so it is believed. Maybe, it was in continuation of this tradition that the city successfully held yet another edition of the Equipment India Awards.
Ajax Fiori rolled out its 7,000th self-loading concrete mixer from its Doddaballapur facility near Bengaluru on August, 22, 2016. The milestone was achieved when the ARGO 2000 machine was delivered to B Dasthagiri Reddy, Managing Partner, BDR Infra Solutions, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, at their factory premises.
Despite the Rs 2,500-crore concrete equipment industry registered nearly 40 per cent fall in the market and is under severe pressure, there is tremendous growth opportunities in the long term.
The construction equipment sector in India has been witnessing an increasing demand due to modernisation in construction process, leading to customers opting for world class technology equipment to suit the Indian environment. To meet these expectations from the customers, the company is launching a range of high performance concrete pumps of capacity from 40-120 cu m/hour, in technical collaboration with Junjin of South Korea.
Ajax Fiori invests in a new factory for concrete batching plants and also inaugurates a new bigger parts logistics centre.The company is widening its indigenous manufacturing range including planetary mixers in technical collaboration with Eurostar, Italy.