Sharp Ply (India)

Paras Kumar, Director
Paras Kumar, Director

“We have planned to display our latest product range to make customers aware of our activities and new developments. We are looking for big requirements for our solution-based products as most of the projects are becoming time bound, for which the best solution is the system formwork.”

Sharp Ply has almost the entire range of formwork/scaffolding systems.

Architectural and structural designs are becoming more complex, so the requirement for tailormade, innovative and faster formwork/scaffolding systems is increasing. We are in line to match projects’ specific need with customised products. In fact, tailormade solutions give better and specific finish, with faster completion of work. Sharp Ply is equipped with almost the entire range of formwork/scaffolding systems to cater to project-based needs, and this is how we are projecting our capabilities and competencies to attract a better and bigger market share, going forward.

Safety is the prime concern at Sharp Ply.

When so much is at stake with each product/solution when working at heights, we believe two and a half times more in incorporating safety features. We want our clients to have complete trust in the reliability of our products. Our partner, Variant Factory Ltd in Ukraine, has a high standard of quality control. We provide special training and assist our customers through installation and working of our products onsite, along with educational sessions for independent usage after a few initial pours.

Even as formwork and scaffolding are gaining market share, you will still find conventional systems dominating the industry.

Conventional systems are still being used when working at heights. This, according to me, is because the old systems were not looked upon as a capital expenditure, and to venture into a modern formwork/scaffolding system is a risk that most companies will not take immediately. They will first examine the practical and financial feasibility of the product, because a new product is closely monitored than invested in. But these challenges will be overcome shortly by the formwork industry.

Sharp Ply (India)

We are promoting our product range by participating in various trade shows and are optimistic of greater penetration in the market with the help of our dealers. However, currently, we are competent enough to grow our market presence with our various branches across the country.

NBM&CW December 2018

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