P.V Ramdev, Managing Director - Everest Engineering

P.V Ramdev, Managing Director - Everest Engineering
We will showcase our GJJ passenger hoist, GJJ mast climber, tower crane anti-collision systems and rebar processing machine at Hall No.4, Stall No. A12.

Everest maintains its No.1 position in pre-cast machines with a population of 284 units.
After the 8th repeat order of 40 units of 12t and 16t tower cranes from BG Shirke, Everest has kept its No.1 position in pre-cast machines in India with a population of 284 units.

Our flattop type cranes with split type mast sections are designed to fulfil the precast requirements of easy and quick installation, dismantling and climbing system during shifting from one building to another and enable faster construction. We, at Everest, maintain the highest safety in these tower cranes with an anti-collision system.

Everest Engineering

Our tower crane anti-collision systems are very popular in the Indian market.
EEE tower crane anti-collision systems are now very popular in the market due to their reliability and quick service support that we are providing to the customers. These anti-collision systems have a built-in SLI (safe load indicator) so the customer gets both the benefits in a single system, which is very handy for the operator.

The demand of our superior quality GJJ passenger hoists and platforms are escalating.
GJJ is a market leader with a population of 60,000 units worldwide. Its rack and pinion platforms (Mast Climbers) are fully galvanized with variable lengths from 3m to 24m. They can also be installed as per the shape of the building using multiple units. These platforms are also available with single to 4 floor arrangements. One meter Candi lever extension arrangement for safe accessibility of the building/structure is the added advantage of these platforms.

We have entered a dealership agreement with TYF Machinery of China.
The Indian market is seeing a huge demand for high-speed rebar processing machines for which we have entered a dealership agreement with TYF Machinery of China. TYF is the pioneer in high quality and reliable CNC rebar processing machines and a leading supplier to all corporate firms and contractors in China and other countries since 1988.

Everest Engineering

TYF also manufactures Stirrup benders, Shear lines, Double bender / CNC bending centre, Pile cage / Square & Rectangle cage (Columns & Beams) making machines, Lattice Girder, Weld mesh plant and straightening cutting machines. The machines are well known for their superior metallurgy and durability.

Our team of 45 service engineers and technicians are capable of handling the installation and after-sales service of these rebar processing machines, which is an additional advantage for our customers.

NBM&CW December 2019

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