Gopi Krishna More, Managing Director - Torsa

Gopi Krishna More, Managing Director - Torsa
Torsa Machines specializes in mid segment crushing and screening plants has created a niche in the market with its robust built quality. All our equipment and plants are designed for ease of operation and maintenance.

Torsa expandable series gives customers an opportunity to increase capacity by 33% with minimal investment in the future.
In the mid segment crushing and screening arena, space is a big constraint and our new generation skid and mobile crushers are designed in a way that all the major crushing and screening equipment can be clustered together, requiring minimum installation and operational space, thereby giving more space for production activities.

In the crushing and screening industry different markets have different requirements of the products. Torsa product range is designed to cater to a wide range of requirements, including dry and wet process. Torsa crushing and screening range for 50 – 150 TPH can deliver all required permutation and combination of aggregate and iron ore and Torsa screening and classification system serve the need of the production of sand.

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Our emphasis is always on robust built quality using the best in class branded accessories and raw materials.
The overall owning and operating cost for our plant and equipment is comparatively lesser than most competitors in the segment. Our plants are designed for minimum space requirement and for maximum productivity. We use Italian make aluminum die cast geared motors in our conveyor system, reducing the power requirement of the plant. All feeders are horizontal using Italian vibro motor and adding to the profit of the users. Most of our equipment are modular, which makes them easy to operate and service.

Torsa plants are currently financed by major NBFCs and commercial banks. We have a limited buyback agreement with some of the NBFCs to assist the customers in getting easy finance.

There are many opportunities in imple- mentation of advanced technologies like IoT, Big Data, Machine Learning and AI.
Over the years, with the advancements in technology, it has become convenient for the plant owners to have plant operation-maintenance data on their fingertips. IoT, Big Data, Machine Learning and AI have come of age and are helping both the manufacturers and the users in tracking various aspects of plant operation, maintenance, and in getting real time information on their fingertips.

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We plan to develop the export markets in the immediate future.
Torsa is currently focused on the Indian market and the neighboring countries like Nepal and Bhutan where we are mainly serving the aggregate and iron ore requirements. Torsa has also worked in some African countries, and we plan to develop the export markets.

India’s CE industry has tremendous opportunity for growth.
Over the last couple of months, owning to various factors, the CE industry has witnessed some slowdown. But given the size of the country and the acceptance of Indian construction equipment all over the world, the Indian CE industry has tremendous opportunity for growth. In no time we shall see that the pace of productivity and sales will surpass all earlier records.

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