Sany Heavy Industry India Pvt Ltd expands presence in Odisha | Autocar Professional


Sany Heavy Industry India Pvt Ltd, a leading global provider of construction machinery and equipment, on Friday announced opening of HO, M/s Raghunath Machinary. The inauguration ceremony, presided over by Deepak Garg VC & MD Sany India & South Asia, took place on April 24, 2024.

The establishment of this state-of-the-art facility underscored Sany Heavy Industry’s commitment to its customers in South Odisha and Western Odisha regions. The strategic location of the office enabled the company to offer seamless access to sales, service, and spare parts, thereby enhancing customer satisfaction and operational efficiency, Sany Heavy Industry India said in a statement.

“This expansion reflects our dedication to better serving our valued customers in the region. By bringing our comprehensive range of services closer to them, we aimed to further strengthen our relationships and deliver superior value.” Garg said. 

“This new office in Rayagada will serve as a hub for sales, service, and spare parts, enabling us to address the evolving needs of the construction industry in Odisha and Western Odisha.” he added. 

Sany India, has lined up Rs 1000 crore over next three years as it strides to expand its capacities to meet the rising demand. 

Deepak Garg, MD of Sany Heavy Industries (India), spoke with Autocar Professional at an industry event and announced that due to reaching maximum capacity at their plant in Pune, they have begun construction on new sheds. The company currently occupies approximately 60,000 square meters for manufacturing, but plans to expand by adding another 125,000 square meters of space.

“We have a capex of Rs 1000 crore plus in the next three years time,” he said.

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