Manoj Kumar Pillai, Armix Machinery
Achieving project quality within the stipulated time frame and at an affordable cost is possible with the latest machines and technology.
Manoj Kumar Pillai, Managing Director

India is well known for its IT services globally, plus, the acceptance of Indian machines and products in international markets is commendable.
India is moving very fast in terms of technology development, quality, service, and affordability, thanks to the government’s initiatives for infrastructure and technological developments across the country. India is well known for its IT services globally, plus, the acceptance of Indian machines and products in international markets is commendable.

Most of the markets and industries are realising the problems that come by dealing with low-quality equipment and products from China or the highly expensive solutions from Europe. They are now looking for more reliable solutions along with affordability. In such a scenario, Indian entities can meet this demand and grab the space.

We believe that products and market strategies must be geared towards providing the most suitable solutions for markets like India, Middle East, Africa and South-East Asian countries. Global economics and priorities are changing; in the present scenario, the best and most affordable technology with online service support is becoming important.

Armix Machinery

Armix will be launching the new self-loading mobile truck during Excon.
Our new self-loading mobile truck will be available in two variants: 2 cbm and 4 cbm capacity. Designed with advanced features it will also be affordable. We had done extensive market research and taken feedback from our customers to come up with the best solution for fast developing markets like India, Middle East, and Africa.

The mobile truck has a 4-wheel drive system integrated to a rigid chassis frame. Its drum, tyres, and automatic weighing scale system will give low fuel consumption and cycle time. Optional items include GPS, Telematics, cooler, high pressure water cleaning system, and admixture system.

Armix Block & Paver plant BM 6 FA will also be on display along with automatic cubing grabber, planetary mixer.
Armix Block & Paver machine is designed with the well-known vibration table system controlled and the most advanced Siemens PLC and software. Perfect control and dimensional accuracy ensure product quality and life of the machine. 24/7 online connectivity is good enough for any sort of electrical, electronic and software. Hydraulic wet press machines are based on the British basic design with latest automation and handling system to produce kerbstone, flag tiles, and dish channels. Planetary mixers and mobile truck mixers are based on proven Italian technology, which gives durability and operational advantages.

We are offering the entry level affordable solutions to completely automated turnkey installations.
Armix is continuing with the proven technology from around the world and manufacturing in India without compromising the quality with affordable price levels. Project based solutions and multipurpose options are the product advantage with our machines. We are offering the entry level affordable solutions to completely automated turnkey installations in the field of concrete blocks, flyash bricks, interlocking pavers, kerb stones, dish channels, flag tiles apart from ready mix plant for concrete.

A combination of the above will be the best option for project-based solutions and possible to install in stages. Such systems are designed as a plug and play option and possible to shift easily as the project complete. Armix offering basically five segments of machines as the Block Master series offers minimum 4500 - 20000 Blocks or 15000 to 70000 Pavers per shift. Hydraulic Press machines are able to give 600 to 5000 Kerbs/Slabs/Dish Channels/Flag Tiles per shift. Universal Hermetic Press machines are the right choice for Interlocking Pavers and Flag Tiles with the product output ranging from 1500 to 15000 Pcs/shift. Apart from that, Armix offers the completely automated solutions as well as the Mega Star series of Batching & Mixing Plant with capacities varying from 15, 30, 45, 60 & 90 cbm including Planetary Mixers.

Armix Machinery

Armix is focussing on catering to investors looking for affordable solutions.
At Armix, we consider the latest technology and components when designing our new machines. We identify the right metallurgy for structural durability, and advanced electrical components for the perfect controls, besides other quality parameters to ensure maximum automation.

Armix is active on all kinds of online and offline platforms. Our experienced team with long years of industrial and market knowledge is supporting our customers. We are participating in most of the trade shows and summits. We are using trade magazines and online advertisements for our brand promotion.

Time, quality, and affordable solutions are the advantages offered by the precast concrete industry.
Project delays during the pandemic had affected most of the projects, but the market is moving positively now. Completion of the projects within the stipulated time schedule is very important and the industry is looking for a perfect solution with maximum automation. The government is keen to complete all infrastructure projects earlier than the allocated time, but to achieve this, the best possible solutions and advanced machines are required; but their availability is still a challenge.

The situation is, however, improving, and the industry could reach new heights by the third quarter of this year and continue to rise for another decade. Experts in the construction industry predict a bright future for precast elements along with integration and digitalization of the precast concrete process from design to construction. In a developing country like India there are political and social challenges that need to be addressed. The Government is trying to ease the formalities but bureaucratic issues still need to be resolved.

The credit goes to the government and the determination of construction industry to achieve many infra development targets in the coming years.
During the last few years, we have noticed that the budget session becoming more impressive in presentation and content. Infrastructure development is being seen across the country, a major portion of which is happening in border areas and in remote parts of the country. Developments include construction of airports, roads, bridges, ports, hospitals, etc.

Apart from this, the exports are improving and foreign reserves are soaring which gives a positive feeling to international community. Basically a major shift is happening in terms of investment and technology from the US, Europe and China towards India becoming a reality and success.
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