Mr. Sunil Newatia – Chairman, Suretech Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.
Besides this, the company is also displaying a wide range of products of globally renowned equipment manufacturers including ICE Hydraulic Vibratory Hammers and Extractors, Excavator mounted vibrators, Diesel impact hammers and Submersible dredge pumps (DOP) from Dieseko Group (ICE BV, Netherlands), BSP Hydraulic impact piling hammers for on-shore projects and rapid impact compaction equipment from BSP International Foundations Ltd UK, IHC Hydraulic Impact hammer for Marine and off-shore applications from IHC Hydrohammer BV Netherlands and IHC Hydraulic Integrated driven cast in situ piling rigs from IHC Fundex BV Netherlands, and BUMA Reverse Circulation Drilling (RCD) Rigs for large dia and greater depths for drilling in rock from BUMA CE Co. Ltd, Korea.
In addition, Suretech is also exhibiting the Kowan Still Worker – Noise and Vibration Free Hydraulic Pile Pressing Machines from Watson & Hillhouse Ltd. UK, Taets Hydraulic pile breakers for prefab and cast-in-situ piles from TAETS Techniek BV, Netherlands, STA Hydraulic Vibroflotation equipment for soil consolidation and stone columns from STA s.r.l., Italy, Trench shoring equipment for protecting trenches from cave-ins from ThyssenKrupp Bauservice GmbH, Germany, Damen Cutter Suction Dredgers (CSD) from Damen Shipyards Group, Netherlands and TABE Excavator attachments, Breakers, Vibro rippers, Plate Compactors and Material Handling Grabs from TALLERES BETONO, S.A., Spain.
On displaying such a wide range, Mr. Sunil Newatia – Chairman, Suretech Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. says, “bC being a big and international show, we are expecting the whole gamut of construction fraternity under one roof so exhibiting our entire range to get more recognition as a premium dealer of foundation equipment in the Indian sub continent.”
Expecting favorable prospects of CE market, he said that based on the Finance Minister’s recent announcement and our own assessment of the ground realities and market situation, we are anticipating that the economy will pick up pace in the second half of 2013.