Indus Rock Tool

Jitendra Jain, Director
Jitendra Jain, Director

“We will be launching our excavator-mounted Bucket Crusher & Screener HARTL of Europe along with the highly efficient excavator-mounted Splitter HIRADO of Japan. Sheet Pillers & Vibro Rippers are also in the pipeline as our next series of excavator attachments.”

Nakoda has achieved enviable growth over the years due to its in-house design strength, manufacturing expertise, innovativeness, and a wide service network.

The Indian Construction Equipment market has been volatile for the last 2 decades. The CE industry had hit a rough patch during FY13-FY15 when infrastructure and road building activities were subdued. Demand for construction machinery remained bogged down pushing back utilization of production capacities to 45%, a far cry from the current 75% utilization.

Indus Rock Tool
As India continues to scale new heights of growth and progress in a fast-changing globalised world, the company continues to deliver new application-based products and solutions for building India’s infrastructure under its Indus Rock Tool brand. The products deliver high performance in challenging work conditions for customers in the Mining, Earthmoving, Cement, Power, Roads, Defence and other sectors.

Indus Rock Tool, a high-quality, customer-oriented brand of Nakoda Machinery Pvt. Ltd., has built a strong customer base.

The company started as a trader of Portable Compressors, Jack Hammers, Pneumatic Hammers, and Wagon Drills in 1989. Today, we are one of the biggest dealers in Hydraulic Rock Breakers and Crawler Drills, with manufacturing facility in Ahmednagar, which is equipped with a moving assembly line, automatic welding and cutting systems, modern painting line, and testing facilities.

We have unwavering focus on ethical business practices and quality in all our manufacturing processes and systems, due to which we have built a loyal customer base across India and abroad. Nakoda Machinery was one of the few SMEs to be invited at the inaugural ceremony of the government’s Make in India mission at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi.

We offer the largest service network of over 50 personnel based at key locations in India.

Our service team is highly trained and fully equipped to reach any part of India within 48 hours. The team ensures uptime and continuous operation of our machines, besides attending to breakdowns, and recommending optimum solutions, in line with customers’ application. We are one of the few Indian companies with a strong in-house design and development capability, and we also work alongside our customers to design and manufacture tailormade products for special applications.

NBM&CW December 2018

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