Uttam Singh Negi, CEO - Concat India

Uttam Singh Negi, CEO - Concat India
Concat India focuses on manufacturing systems based on a high intelligent level. Intelligent manufacturing takes advantage of advanced information and advanced technologies to achieve flexible, smart, and reconfigurable manufacturing processes that can ably address a dynamic global market. We have recently introduced a new machinery for river sand screening – the Inline Rotary Sand Screening Machine – with the capacity of 10 to 60 ton per hour.

Concat India aims to create intelligent factories where the manufacturing technologies are transformed by CPSs, IoTs, and cloud computing.
Our products come with a lot of different features and the capability to enable all physical processes and information flow to be available when and where needed across manufacturing supply chains, multiple industries, and in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Concat India aims to create intelligent factories where the manufacturing technologies are upgraded and transformed by Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs), the Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud computing.

Concrete Mini Mobile Batching Concat Plant

Concat India focuses on manufacturing systems that can monitor physical processes, create a so-called digital twin or cyber twin of the physical world, and make smart decisions through real-time communication and cooperation with humans, machines, sensors, and so forth. It combines embedded production system technologies with intelligent production processes to pave the way for a new technological age that will fundamentally transform industry value chains, production value chains, and business models.

Concat Vibrating Sand Screening Machine
Intelligent manufacturing is becoming more and more important in the advancement of modern industry and economy. Another future implementation of intelligent manufacturing is cloud-based solutions, which use cloud computing and SOA to share or circulate manufacturing resources. Several different cloud platforms will be established to make full use of IMSs so that manufacturing capabilities and resources can provide on-demand services to end-users

Concat India has financing tie ups with Tata Finance, IDBI Bank, ICICI Bank, Kotak, HDFC Bank, Shriram and others.
To make our customers successful, we make sure to provide them full support from day one. Our responsive aftermarket staff is always at their service and committed to keeping them up and running without costly delays. Concat customers get access to our extensive range of services for improved fuel efficiency, uptime, productivity and safety. These include everything from specialized software and advanced training to complete service agreements and financial services.

A range of individual and attractive financing options are available to our customers as per their needs and future plans. Our commitment to an unparalleled leasing experience begins with financing solutions that help them get into the Concat machine that they really want.

Demand for CE is increasing considerably.
India is one of the fastest growing markets for the CE Industry. The Real Estate market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 11.54% to reach a value of ₹12,0104.2 bn by 2020 from ₹7004.34 bn in 2015.

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