Shailendra Tiwari, Head Marketing - Mtandt Group

Shailendra Tiwari, Head Marketing - Mtandt Group
Mtandt will be showcasing PORTADECK at Excon, which essentially is a Ground Stabilization Mats developed to provide solutions under extreme weather and ground conditions. We are also launching our Mechanical Soil Stabilization Technology – Neoloy GEOCELL for building more durable pavements.

Mtandt is a pioneer in bringing PORTADECK and GEOCELLS through distribution, renting, and sales.
PORTADECK is developed with two different traction surfaces to withstand heavy-duty equipment and pedestrian. It is designed to deliver best type traction under the harshest weather conditions with fast and easy installation. GEOCELL is designed to stabilize the ground over extremely soft soil, while saving precious resources on maintenance and be durable for the entire design life.

The response has been phenomenal for PORTADECK. We were able to capture attention of leading industries across varied sectors in India such as IOCL, GAIL etc, and have partnered with some government projects in development of infrastructure, construction and engineering sectors.

With our Mtandt Application for Android and IOS, users can now stay updated on our new products, tie-ups and solutions.
We have recently developed the Mtandt Application for Android and IOS for users to view our wide range of products from Aerial Work Platforms to Aluminium Scaffolding to PORTADECK. Users can now get in touch with our representative to rent and buy equipment with the click of a button, and stay updated with our new equipment launches and tie-ups.


All our machines are certified and go through rigorous safety checks.
With safety our priority, we are always working towards making our equipment fleet safe in any given condition. Our team of experts provides equipment based on the working conditions, along with training to the operators so that they understand the equipment and enable a smooth and safe operation.

The scope for technologies such as Telematics, IoT, Big Data, and AI is very wide in the rental business.
The incorporation of technologies such as Telematics, IoT, Big Data, and AI with the rental process is inevitable for efficient and optimised operations. Their scope is wide for machine monitoring, preventive maintenance of equipment, etc. The major challenge would be the industry players who are still too set in their traditional ways.


We have taken the first step by registering with an upcoming online rental marketplace. We are partnering with some start-ups in India and companies from all over the world to bring new innovations and equipment to the Indian market. With the introduction of government initiatives such as Make in India, the current marketing scenario seems favourable in terms of building the infrastructure across the nation.

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