Laxmi En Fab

Hitesh Patel, Director
Hitesh Patel, Director

“At bauma CONEXPO 2018, we will be displaying our technology and latest developments in our AAC plants, and will be focusing on M-sand crushing plants, for which we expect excellent business opportunities. Our highly specialized plants have been indigenized as per the government’s Make in India mission, and their high quality makes them a comparable substitute for imports.”

We are doing extensive R&D for developing more efficient machines, which will soon be seen in the market.

Proper design, improved materials, better drives, etc, are key to the efficient running of a plant. We have a separate team working on special materials for fast wearing parts to reduce downtime, and also reduce the overall cost of production

We are offering new technology for producing AAC panels, lintel beams and reinforced concrete. New developments will open up new area of AAC application, which is otherwise done using conventional concrete. We are making our plants more energy-efficient and making many other improvements as our aim is to position Laxmi En Fab amongst the top manufacturers in the country.

Our plan for the next 3 years is to develop technology for producing large volumes of 1000-3000 cum of AAC production per day, enter the mining sector with crushing plants of 100-200 tons/hour capacity, and be present in Gulf and African markets.

We are seeing extraordinary growth in the mining and construction sectors. Increasing business opportunities is driving CE manufactures to improve on the price, efficiency and services of their products. At Laxmi En Fab, we plan to develop advanced AAC plants for producing large volumes of 1000 to 3000 cubic meter per day of AAC blocks. We plan to develop a range of crushers for application in the mining sector. This calls for extensive designing and manufacturing as we want to make crushing plants with capacities of 100 to 200 tons/per hour.

We are targeting the Gulf and Africans markets in the years to come and will be participating in Gulf, African and European exhibitions in 2019. We have already showcased our products at international exhibitions in countries like Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh.,

Laxmi En Fab

We offer efficient and dependable back-up to our customers.

We offer comprehensive support to our clients; it includes providing failure-proof equipment backed by preventive maintenance training to the end-users. We also educate our clients on maintenance so as to reduce their dependence on our engineering support, and reduce downtime of their machines with quick troubleshooting.

Infrastructure developments in Railways, Mining, Roads, Power and Construction sectors will surely bring growth in the years to come. Expensive imports will also substantially reduce with the government promoting Make in India manufacturing capabilities.

NBM&CW December 2018

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