AB Infra Solution

Ashok Mandal, Director
Ashok Mandal, Director

“Construction activities in infra, housing and in many other sectors are picking up, and we are gearing up to meet the growing demand for Scaffolding & Formwork systems with more innovative, better quality and safer products.”

Statutory norms such as RERA and GST have helped in raising demand for more versatile and modern Scaffolding & Formwork systems.

Modern Scaffolding & Formwork systems help in reducing construction time and ensuring safety at workplace. With more investments coming into mass-housing and infrastructure sectors, demand for such systems is set to rise, which would benefit the organized companies that are manufacturing and marketing these systems.

Structural designs are becoming more complex and innovative, so demand for innovative, faster and technically-sound formwork/scaffolding systems will become more pronounced. To meet such needs, we have been innovating specially-designed Staging/Formwork Solutions. These are being used in prestigious projects such as The Rabindra Bhawan in Ranchi, The Statue of Unity in Gujarat and in many more.

We are an ISO-certified organization and follow all the necessary guidelines on safety in scaffolding.

Safety at workplace while working on a scaffolding is a prime concern. In India, we have one of the highest incidences of fatalities and injuries in the world. At AB Infra Solution, we place immense importance on the quality of our equipment we produce and extend technical supervision services at a nominal cost, including training to workers, for safe erection and dismantling of our Scaffolding & Formwork equipment through our highly experienced team.

Quality of materials, timely dispatch, cost-effective solutions are some of the key components of our customer focus. We directly market all our products and services through our various offices in India, with a major focus on the Infrastructure sector.

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Scant regard for quality of materials, safety, and rise in input costs, are major challenges.

Scant regard for quality of materials by fly-by-night operators is a big challenge. Another is unprecedented increase in input costs such as of steel, transportation etc., which force the landed prices of scaffolding & formwork to go up, thereby, making prospective buyers pause and look for cheaper alternatives. Also, if use of such equipment has to go up in the construction industry, then the rate of GST must be reduced substantially from the currently high rate of 18%.

NBM&CW December 2018

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