The company products range including NAWAGRIZZLY (vibrating grizzly feeder), NAWAJAW (primary jaw crusher), NAWACONE (secondary & tertiary cone crushers), NAWAPACTOR (vertical shaft impact crushers), NAWASCREEN (vibrating screens), NAWASPIRAL (sand classifier) etc. are cost effective and high quality indigenous alternatives to those produced by International majors.
NAWA’s strong base is its product know-how, proven Technology and Engineering skills supported by latest CADD capabilities. These, coupled with its well equipped Heavy Fabrication & Manufacturing facilities and project management skills, contribute to their ability to deliver world-class equipment and build integrated systems that are technically superior and cost-wise the most economical.
NAWA is actively involved in the engineering, development and manufacture of heavy duty crushing, screening and material handling equipment and plants for hard rock and mineral ores. At Excon, NAWA will exhibit its equipment in a sprawling 862 sq.m outdoor stall. Talking about the company’s expectations from the show, Mr. G N Raju, Manging Director said that we expect EXCON 2011 to live up to its big ticket billing as one of the biggest Construction Equipment Machinery shows in the world. We hope that we can witness a whole new showcase of products and sets of ideas and trends in the construction equipment industry. We will display our new Mobile Plants in various old and new configurations and hope to network and interact with various companies (including overseas) and strengthen our existing business and establish newer ones. We expect to leave a mark of our manufacturing expertise and showcase indigenous Indian manufacturing capability and talent.
In addition, we will run various multimedia presentations of our inherent strengths in providing design to commissioning of turnkey bulk material handling projects. We will showcase our state-of-the-art brand new manufacturing plants which are retrofitted to take care of heavy fabrication capabilities which have drawn the attention of various foreign companies.
Speaking about the NAWA’s focus area of new products offerings for 2012-13, Mr. Raju said, NAWA will venture into the offering of Track Mounted Plants - all developed and manufactured in-house. It has also plans to manufacture Concrete Batching Plant Machinery. Due to a high level of enquiries from foreign vendors, NAWA has serious plans to get into trading of common infrastructure construction equipment like Cranes, Loaders etc.
Nawa’s Perspective on CSE Industry
The very need for millions of tons of road base materials, concrete mixes and asphalt mixes has pitch forked the need of Crushing & Screening Equipment (CSE) into the forefront of the Construction Equipment (CE) Industry.
CSE convert hard rocks into aggregates. The machinery used for mineral sizing and hard rock being mostly the same - the manufacturers, both multinational and domestic players, of CSE have turned their entire focus on aggregate/quarry industry. Stone crushing which hitherto looked down as low end business has now prominently occupied the same status as that of CE sector. The roadside 30-50 TPH crusher plants have been transformed into 300-500-900 TPH high-tech aggregate plants.
The CSE manufacturing sector has grown multifold. Indigenous players have developed new and high capacity primary jaw crushers, secondary & tertiary hydraulic cone crushers, horizontal shaft impact crushers, vibrating screening equipment and complete plant installations to meet ever increasing demand for aggregates for the national highways projects, state road projects, dam construction, airports, sea ports, urban infrastructure development, power projects and commercial RMC plants.
Multinational manufacturers have had a field day and continue to flourish. Many of them have setup their manufacturing base here as India will be their major source of business. Many new players have set foot on Indian shores from all corners of the world, and numbers are increasing foreseeing a boom period of much larger scale in 2010-20 and beyond.
The CSE sector too has matured and is able to produce crushing and screening equipment to world standards and compete with the multinationals.
NAWA leads the pack in the Indigenous CSE Manufacturers segment for manufacturing low to very high end capacities.
CSE Industry Demand Forecast
NAWA seeks to take a lion share of this CSE market forecast.
CSE Industry Sector Forecast
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NAWA seeks to introduce the entire range of equipment (from low to the highest capacities) as per the demand of the CSE market. While the foreign competition is a risk factor, NAWA is better placed with its indigenous technologies to service the need of CSE equipment with equivalent or more quality at much lower prices than the foreign counterparts.