Jaso India Prioritising Customer's Satisfaction with Reliable Cranes

Managing Director, Jaso India
“Our cranes are designed as per FEM regulations and are equipped with all the necessary safety features required for safe operations. Our aim is to be trusted and reliable material lifting partner for our customers.”
Vishal Sharma, Managing Director, Jaso India
 

Please tell us about your company and its manufacturing facility in India.

Jaso India is part of the 59-year-old Jaso Group in Spain, which is present in over 20 countries and has six manufacturing plants. It set up its office in India, at Kolkata, in 2008, and a marketing office in Bangalore. Jaso India’s 60,000 sq ft manufacturing plant in Hooghly, West Bengal, is equipped with best-in-class machinery to manufacture 150 cranes a year. The Group invests heavily in research for development of new and more high-tech products.

Jaso India is part of the 59-year-old Jaso Group in Spain

What types of industrial cranes does the company offer and what is their lifting capacities?

Our product offerings can be classified under the following categories:

EOT Crane:
The standard EOT cranes are available in both Single Girder (SG) and Double Girder (DG) configurations, with a capacity of up to 150T and span ranging up to 40 meters.

Gantry/Goliath Crane:
We manufacture these in both SG and DG configurations, with a capacity of up to 150T and in configurable spans.

Jib Cranes: We can manufacture them in capacities up to 10T and a span of 7 meters. They are supplied in various configurations, including gantry, wall-mounted, and cantilever.

Transfer Cars: We offer transfer cars with a capacity of up to 50T and they can be fully customized as per customer's needs.

Jaso India is part of the 59-year-old Jaso Group in Spain

Safety being an utmost priority in cranes, what advanced safety features have been integrated into your cranes?

For us, safety becomes the utmost priority while designing the crane system. We design our cranes according to FEM regulations and equip them with all the necessary safety features required for safe operation. Safety features include the following:
  • Instantaneously Triggered Braking System: In case of a power failure, the electromagnetic brakes are triggered immediately.
  • Load Limiter: A snap-action switch that is triggered immediately in case of an overload.
  • Position Limit Switches: Our cranes are equipped with position limit switches for all LT & CT motions.
  • Hoisting Limit Switches: The hoisting limit switches limit the hook movements in extreme positions.
Jaso India is part of the 59-year-old Jaso Group in Spain

How is the installation process managed and what kind of skilling and training do you provide the operators and maintenance personnel?

We have a dedicated team responsible for the installation and maintenance of the cranes post-delivery at the customer’s premises. The Erection & Commissioning (E&C) team conducts a survey even before the cranes are delivered and informs the customer about the necessary arrangements needed to ensure seamless installation.

The E&C team conducts comprehensive training for operators before handing over the cranes to the customer. This training covers each part of the crane, and typically lasts for a couple of days. After installation, the installation personnel usually oversee the operations for a day to help identify any improper usage.

The maintenance teams are provided with a crane manual covering every aspect of the crane, along with standard procedures for maintenance and rectification in case of an issue. This approach helps in keeping the downtime of the cranes to a minimum. In addition to the manual, our installation teams assist the maintenance team in identifying the most basic issues that may arise during operations and provide solutions for them. We also offer annual maintenance services, breakdown services, equipment overhauling, and modification support to all our clients post their purchase of Jaso cranes.

In which industrial sectors are Jaso cranes being deployed? Please tell us about a challenging project.

Jaso India caters to a broad spectrum of customers ranging from steel processing to renewable sectors. We have a significant presence in auto components, wind energy, polyfilms, refractories, and steel processing.

I recall an interesting industrial project in recent years where we supplied a crane to one of our clients in a road and bridge construction project in the southern part of India. We had to supply a special trolley system that would be mounted on top of a launching girder to handle precast units weighing 70-80 tons for the construction of bridges. The main challenge faced was the stability and accuracy of the movements, given the windy terrain where the construction works were being undertaken. The customer was very pleased with the performance of our cranes and presented us with a certificate of appreciation for the same.
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