|Nature of Business||Exporter and Manufacturer|
|Company CEO||Sanjay Shah|
|Registered Address||No. 920-924, Plaza Panchsheel, 9th Floor, 55 Huges Road, Near Dharam Palace,, Mumbai- 400 004, Maharashtra, India|
|Industry||Manufacturing and Trading of Copper and Copper Alloy Tubes, Fin tubes, Lightning Protection System, Cable Terminal and Accessories and Stainless Steel Products.|
|Total Number of Employees||101 to 500 People|
|Year of Establishment||1996|
|Legal Status of Firm||Partnership Firm|
|Promoter||Mr. Mangilal Mehta|
|Annual Turnover||Rs. 100 - 500 Crore|
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|Size of Premises||3000 square feet|
|Space Around||Front porch|
|Import Export Code (IEC)||03960*****|
Industries We Serve
Electrical Accessories - Almost all electrical systems make use of copper in one form or the other whether it is wires or specific parts as copper is a good conductor of electricity. We also manufacture Electrical accessories made out of copper that are durable and provide better functionality.
Heat Exchangers and Condensers – Copper & Copper Alloy tubes & pipes are widely used in Heat exchangers and condensers because it is more compact, non-corrosive and durable than any other material for heat exchangers and condensers. Specially used for Saline water applications. Copper can also be recycled to be used again.
Medical Gas Pipeline Systems – Degreased Copper Tubes & Fittings are only recommended product for Oxygen & other gases supply from the Oxygen Tanks or Oxygen Supply room to O.T., ICU, Normal Beds in Hospital
VRV-VRF & HVAC&R Industry – Carbon Free Copper Tubes & Fittings are used for connections of Outdoor Units to Indoor Units for Supply of Liquid & Air to and
fro the systems. Copper helps for the best performance of the units as well helps save energy and better cooling.
Automobile Parts - Copper finds different and varied uses in automobiles, from brake fluid tubes to electric motors. Copper is extensively used in the new electrically powered steering and brakes. The use of copper in automobiles is due to its current carrying capacity, thermal properties, corrosion resistance and, of course, cost.