Sharp Ply commemorated its completion of 21 years as a leader in the formwork industry with a grand celebration at Sakleshpur, Karnataka in March 2022. Guests and team members from Hyderabad, Chennai, Surat, Raipur, Vijayawada, Delhi, and Mumbai, came together to reminisce about the company’s journey since its incorporation, the challenges it overcame to reach its goals, and the many success stories, awards, and achievements it has enjoyed over the years.
Mr. Paras Chowatia, Managing Director, Sharp Ply, giving the credit to his team members, said, “Coordination and harmony between our teams is key to our success. We always motivate our staff to communicate and work in unison, so that tasks can be completed more smoothly and solutions to problems can be found collectively.”
The celebratory event also encouraged networking between the industry members, who used the opportunity to discuss new avenues for growth and set new goals.
Sharp Ply has been providing comprehensive solutions to the construction industry with its special formwork, heavy-duty scaffolding, tunnel formwork, shuttering plywood, etc. Mr. Chowatia, “Our products are well accepted in the market due to their superior quality, sustainability, and applicability across various industries. Builders, especially look to us for custom-made formwork and safety systems.”
At Excon 2019, the company’s display of products like the adjustable circular ring formwork and VariTable slabs got a very encouraging response from the visitors. This year, at Excon 21, Sharp Ply will be launching new products designed to meet the growing needs of the construction industry.
Informs Mr. Paras, “We made many new developments during the Covid-19 lockdown, which we will showcase at Excon. There is revival in the industry, and this is the right time to tap the emerging opportunities in view of the budgetary allocations announced for developing India’s Infrastructure sector. So, we are really looking forward to the event where we will explore new business avenues to grow our company even more.”