ANJANI RENEWABLE AND INFRASTRUCTURE PRIVATE LIMITED

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    ANJANI RENEWABLE AND INFRASTRUCTURE                                                                                  

                                     PRIVATE LIMITED

     

     

    Company projects

    Introduction

    1. 1. Manufacturing, Trading, Sale, Purchase of Solar energy products, Installation

        of Renewable energy project. Lease and development of land. Agriculture

        plantation and establishment of agri processing industry and hospitality

        services, Infrastructure Development, Civil Contractors, Builders.

     

    1. 2. To enter into agreements, franchise agreement and contracts with Indian or

        Foreign individuals, firms or companies for technical, financial or other

        assistance or collaboration for carrying on all or any of the objects of the

        Company.

     

    1. 3. To apply for, purchase or otherwise acquire any trademarks, copy rights,

         patents, licenses, concessions and the like, concerning any exclusive or nonexclusive

         or limited rights of any kind which may appear to be necessary or

         convenient for the business of the Company and to purchase or otherwise

         acquire any information as to any invention which may seem capable of being

         used for any of the purposes of the Company.

     

    1. 4. To acquire and take over the whole or any part of the Business, Goodwill,

         Property and Liabilities of any person or persons, Firm, Corporation or

         Undertaking, either existing or new engaged in any Business which the

         Company is authorized to carry on and to pay for the same either in cash or in

         shares or partly in cash and partly in shares.

     

    1. 5. To amalgamate, enter into partnership or make any arrangements for sharing

         profits, co-operation, joint venture or reciprocal concession, with any

         individual person or Company carrying on or engaged in or about to carry on

         with similar or identical objects.

     

    1. 6. To sell, lease or otherwise dispose of the undertaking of the Company or any

         part thereof as the Company may deem fit.

     

    1. 7. To purchase, take on lease or in exchange, hire, construct or otherwise

         acquire any movable or immovable properties or any rights or privileges,

         which the Company may think necessary or convenient for the purpose of its

         business.

     

    1. 8. To subscribe or contribute or otherwise to assist or to grant money to

         charitable, benevolent, religious, scientific, national, public or any other useful

          institutions, objects or purposes or for any exhibition.

     

    1. 9. To pay out of the Company’s funds the costs and expenses incurred in

         Connection with all matters preliminary and incidental to the formation,

          promotion and incorporation of this Company and the costs and expenses

          incurred in connection with all matters preliminary and incidental to the

          formation and incorporation of any Company which may be promoted by this

          Company and to remunerate any person, firm or Company for services

          rendered in the promotion of the Company or the conduct of its business.

    • Energy and Natural Resources Group

    In recent years, the depletion of natural resources and attempts to move to sustainable development have been a major focus of development agencies. This is of particular concern in rainforest regions, which hold most of the Earth's natural biodiversity - irreplaceable genetic natural capital. Conservation of natural resources is the major focus of natural capitalism, environmentalism, the ecology movement, and green politics. Some view this depletion as a major source of social unrest and conflicts in developing nations.
    Mining, petroleum extraction, fishing, hunting, and forestry are generally considered natural-resource industries. Agriculture is considered a man-made resource. Theodore Roosevelt, a well-known conservationist and former United States president, was opposed to unregulated natural resource extraction. The term is defined by the United States Geological Survey as "The Nation's natural resources include its minerals, energy, land, water, and biota, biogas, bio oil."

             I.Oil and Gas Department

    Coal, petroleum, and natural gas are in high demand these days. Non-renewable resources, they take millions of years to form, and reserves are being depleted much faster than new ones are being made. They are of great importance because they can be burned, producing significant amounts of energy per unit weight.

     

    The use of coal as a fuel predates recorded history. Heavy crude oil and tar sands are becoming more important as sources of fossil fuel. Oil, shale, and similar materials yield synthetic crude oil when heated (pyrolyzed).

     

    Natural gas is a naturally occurring gas mixture and is an important fuel source and a major feedstock for fertilizers. It is a major source of electricity generation through the use of gas turbines and steam turbines. It also burns more cleanly than other hydrocarbon fuels and produces less carbon dioxide per unit of energy released.

     

     

         

    Biomass

     

    Biomass, as a renewable energy source, is derived from five distinct energy sources: garbage, wood, waste, landfill gases, and alcohol fuels. As an energy source, biomass can either be used directly, or converted into other energy products such as biofuel and electricity.

     

    Biomass is plant matter used to generate electricity with steam turbines & gasifiers or produce heat, usually by direct combustion. Examples include forest residues, yard clippings, wood chips and even municipal solid waste. It also includes plant or animal matter that can be converted into fibers or other industrial chemicals, including biofuels. Industrial biomass can be grown from numerous types of plants.  Biochemical conversion processes from biomass can be harnessed and converted to other usable forms of energy like methane gas or transportation fuels like ethanol and biodiesel.

     

    Bio fuel

    Bio fuel is a type of fuel that derives energy from biological carbon fixation. Bio fuels include fuels created from biomass conversion, as well as solid biomass, liquid fuels and various biogases. They are gaining increased public and scientific attention, driven by factors such as oil price hikes, the need for increased energy security, concern over greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels.

    'First-generation' or conventional bio fuels are bio fuels made from sugar, starch, and vegetable oil. They comprise: bio alcohols, biodiesel, green diesel, vegetable oil, bio ethers, biogas, syngas, and solid bio fuels. Second generation bio fuels are bio fuels produced from sustainable feedstock. There are numerous second generation bio fuels are under development

     

      

     

     

     

      

     

      

     

      

     

    The global energy industry is in a constant state of change. Oil and natural gas prices, the deregulation of power markets, pipeline politics, pollution controls, financing needs and investor confidence all frequently fluctuate and impact the contemporary business environment. Today’s energy market is dynamic, due to the entrepreneurial spirit of the energy players, the dedication of resources by funds and businesses to create new companies, and the continued growth in demand for fossil fuels combined with scarcity of energy resources. This environment encourages all forms of energy development and technology improvement. With finite oil reserves and growing concern over carbon emissions, energy companies are looking for cleaner ways of generating power. Growing demand is also forcing an ever-widening search for new hydrocarbon reserves and increased production.

    The future belongs to those who can keep abreast of these changing market dynamics and develop sound strategies to take advantage of these opportunities. Greenberg Traurig’s Energy and Natural Resources Group brings together integrated, multidisciplinary teams from across the firm’s many practice areas to advise energy companies, utilities, project developers, investors, regulators, governments and other energy industry participants in important aspects of their business. But in international energy markets as well.

       

    Project Development

    We represent developers, borrowers, lessors, lessees, lenders, constructors, equipment suppliers, governmental entities, utilities and other project participants.

    Our services include:

    • Representation in connection with the structuring, development, building, financing, acquisition or sale of energy and infrastructure projects throughout the Company team
    • Negotiation and structuring of joint development, limited partnership, limited liability and other types of agreements for project participants
    • Advice on construction and operational issues as well as experience in EPC contracting and construction-related disputes and litigation and arbitration
    • Representation in connection with real estate, land use approvals, and siting issues
    • Negotiation of contracts, including power purchase, interconnection, tolling, conversion, transportation, engineering, construction, operation, procurement, fuel supply and transportation, maintenance and power marketing and trading agreements
    • Leveraged and synthetic leases of generating plants and fuel handling and storage facilities
    • Negotiation of concession, franchise, guaranty and other governmental support arrangements
    • Counsel regarding the regulatory and environmental compliance of projects

      Alternative Energy Projects and New Energy Technologies 

    Consistent with the goals of the National Energy Policy, we represent clients in connection with alternative energy projects and projects developing and utilizing new energy retrieval, production, generation, storage and transportation methods.

    Our services include:

    • Advice regarding structuring, development, construction, financing, operating, purchase and sale of alternative energy projects such as:
      • Alternative fuel production facilities, including ethanol, biodiesel, oil sand, oil shale and coal tailings, and natural gas liquefaction and regasification facilities
      • Power projects utilizing alternative or renewable fuels such as wind, biomass, geothermal, solar, petroleum coke, waste (municipal, industrial and agricultural), liquefied or synthetic gas and nuclear fuels
      • Storage, processing and transportation facilities for alternative fuels and related commodity chemicals, including coal and petroleum coke slurries and nuclear waste and fuel storage and reprocessing
    • Assistance with the development and financing of new technologies, such as coal gasification and liquefaction and other clean coal technologies, high temperature gas-cooled and pebble bed nuclear generators and fuel cells, including:
      • Obtaining governmental concessions and preferences, such as grants, loans, loan guarantees, tax credits and accelerated depreciation
      • Obtaining necessary technology and process licenses and related rights, specialized engineering and technical services
      • Assisting with non-traditional financing

      

     

     

     

            II.Mining and Metals Department 

    Metals and Mining

     

    Our goal is to ensure globally and domestically competitive downstream activities in the value chains of the metals that are used in automotive, machinery and equipment and fabrication. Ultimately, we wish to see a globally competitive and diversified local basic metal and mineral resource industry that produces a significant amount of the metals products and minerals for the local market as well as increasing exports of value-added minerals.

    Accordingly, the Metals and Mining unit offers finance and, where relevant, technical assistance to a range of entities in the mining space including emerging mining houses. We fund the development of projects that increase the production of non-ferrous metals, iron and steel, the development of large mines and the manufacture of jewellery. In short, we are keen on projects that beneficiate and add value, locally.

    Outcomes

    We envisage that through our funding and project development activities, we can have the following impact achieve the following outcomes:

    • Expand and extend existing industries in order to create and/or preserve jobs and drive sustainable economic growth.
    • Enable the local basic metals and mining industry to achieve its potential and become globally competitive.

    Doing business with the unit

      We consider applications for the following: 

    • Financing of fixed assets and the fixed portion of growth in working capital requirements;
    • New projects, expansions and rehabilitations;
    • Buy-ins or takeovers and acquisitions of existing profitable businesses by applicants who can show a significant historically disadvantaged persons component.
    • Financing is also possible for mining-related activities such as contract mining and expansions and working capital requirements for existing jewellery businesses.
    • We are keen on projects that have a significant developmental impact on job creation, export generation, value addition, strategic value, industry development, empowerment and rural development.

    Funding criteria

    • Compliance with international environmental standards.
    • Shareholders/owners are expected to make a financial contribution:
    • The contribution of historically disadvantaged people under special circumstances may be lowered, in which case the IDC will be prepared to extend finance in excess of the owner's contribution.
    • The project/business must exhibit economic merit in terms of profitability and sustainability.
    • The IDC does not re-finance fixed assets since our aim is to expand the industrial base.
    • Security, the form and nature of which will relate to your specific circumstances.

    Mining deals have unique requirements:

    • Mineral rights
      • Details of all the mineral rights held, including the way they are held, such as a prospecting permit or mineral rights ownership and the remaining duration of such leases/rights.
      • The options associated with the various rights, such as renewal conversion of prospecting rights into mining rights and so on.
      • Obligations associated with the various rights.
    • Reserve and mineral resources
      • Classification of the mineral reserve/resource inventory of the mines as per the SAMREC
      • The classification should include a discussion on tonnage, seem/reef, thickness dip, grade, depth below the surface, etc. for both the reserve and resource calculations.
      • The IDC may require verification by independent consultants acceptable to the IDC, of the ore reserve calculations, and future mining and processing costs.
      • Adequate drilling and exploration data to prove that sufficient reserves are available to keep the mine producing for at least twice as long as the proposed funding.
      • Sampling information to substantiate or illustrate the average grade and variations within the ore-body.
      • Relevant geological reports and maps for the deposit.
    • Historical production/mining
      • Production records in the case of currently producing mines.
      • A mine design and a mining plan, indicating mining blocks, grade and the proposed mining schedule.
      • Proof that extraction process has been adequately researched to determine that the yield will be acceptable pilot plants, tests are essential if ore beneficiation is to be undertaken.
      • Flow diagram of the recovery process, capital items required; capacities and expected recovery rates.
      • An environmental impact assessment and the associated environmental management programme report and mining authorisation.
      • A comprehensive feasibility study incorporating all the above information
      • Details of commodity cycles, off-take agreements, and the like.
      • Working capital costings wit cognisance given to stock accumulation requirements.
      • Detailed costing schedule illustrating current and or future working costs a capital expenditure for development and operating the mine.

     

      

     

     

    Infrastructure and Environment Group

    INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT :-

    The Asia’s trade—and  its production networks in particular—depends on efficient, fast, reliable, and seamless infrastructure connections. Vast parts of Asia—inland and remote areas, landlocked countries, and distant islands—are isolated economically as well as geographically; so much of the region’s huge potential remains untapped.

    Our company will take a lead role to :--

     

    1) improve regional connectivity by making it faster, cheaper, and easier for people and goods to move across borders within the region and reduce the cost of regional (and global) trade, enhance the competitiveness of regional production networks, and promote greater investment;

     

    2) help narrow the development gap among Asian economies by providing small, poor, landlocked, and remote countries and areas with better access to wider regional (and global) markets and production networks, thereby stimulating investment, trade, and economic growth in those areas

     

    3) ensure inclusive and environmentally sustainable economic growth by connecting isolated and landlocked areas to economic centers by utilizing greener technologies and providing opportunities for low-income populations.

     

    The fast growth of the economy in recent years has placed increasing stress on physical infrastructure such as electricity, railways, roads, ports, airports, irrigation, and urban and rural water supply and sanitation, all of which already suffer from a substantial deficit from the past in terms of capacities as well as efficiencies in the delivery of critical infrastructure services .

     

    Huge population growth increase in demand for infrastructure services. Failure to meet up to the expected increase in demand might hamper growth and poverty alleviation programs in the region .

    The economic reality of modern times clearly shows that the task of developing infrastructural facilities can no longer be left to the government alone It is time to adopt a business approach to infrastructure services provision investable funds can only increase with time and capital will surely gravitate to regions that offer highest return on investments . It is time to adopt a business approach to infrastructure services provision. Such approach will require that services attract access fees adequate for infrastructure services to be self maintained. Without these commercial viability potentials, the private capital might not be adequately attracted to developing economies.

    Infrastructure sector is a key driver for the Indian economy. The sector is highly responsible for propelling India’s overall development and enjoys intense focus from Government for initiating policies that would ensure time-bound creation of world class infrastructure in the country.

    GDP growth averaging 9% per year can be achieved only if this infrastructure deficit can be overcome and adequate private investment takes place  in Infrastructure sectors like power, bridges, dams, roads and urban rural infrastructure development to support higher growth and an improved quality of life for both urban and rural communities.

     

    I.New energy and power Department

    Solar energy is the cleanest, most abundant renewable energy source available. Solar energy systems employ devices that convert the sun's heat or light to another form of energy we use.

     

    Solar powered electrical generation relies on heat engines (heating and cooling water and air to generate electricity) and photovoltaics, or PV (converting light to electricity). To harvest the solar energy, the most common way is to use solar panels. 

     

      

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


     

     

     

     

    WIND ENERGY

     

    Individual wind towers are generally much smaller capacity than coal or gas power stations; however, collectively they can supply electricity at a large scale. At present, wind energy is generally not only the cheapest renewable energy technology, but also the only one ready now for large-scale deployment. Technologies such as large-scale solar power, geothermal, wave and tidal

    energy are very promising but are not ready for mass deployment.

     

     

     

        

                 

     

    II.New energy and power Department

     

    TIDAL ENERGY

    Tidal energy is a form of hydropower that converts the energy of the tides into electricity or other useful forms of power. The tide is created by the gravitational effect of the sun and the moon on the earth causing cyclical movement of the seas. Tidal energy is therefore an entirely predictable form of renewable energy, Tidal Stream is the flow of water as the tide ebbs and floods, and manifests itself as tidal current. Tidal Stream devices seek to extract energy from this kinetic movement of water, much as wind turbines extract energy from the movement of air.

     

     

     

    Geothermal    Geothermal energy is thermal energy generated and stored in the Earth. Thermal energy is the energy that determines the temperature of matter. Using earth's geothermal energy is cost effective, reliable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly.

     

    By drilling deep into the Earth’s interior, we find temperatures suitably high to produce electricity.  By using Earth’s thermal energy to heat water instead of processes with harmful by-products like coal and nuclear, geothermal energy can produce clean, reliable electricity as long as heat continues to seep from Earth’s interior. It is sustainable power because as the thermal energy is extracted from the water or steam, it can be continuously re-injected deep underground to obtain more geothermal heat.

     

     

    Hydropower

    Hydropower has been used for centuries and today it is used to generate electricity; it generates electrical power through the use of the gravitational force of falling or flowing water and is the most widely used form of renewable energy.

     

    Once a hydroelectric complex is constructed, the project produces no direct waste, and has a considerably lower output level of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) than fossil fuel powered energy plants. In fact, hydropower provides approximately 20% of the world's electricity and accounts for about 88% of electricity from renewable sources.

     

     

    Agriculture Group

    Putting information within reach and supporting the transition to sustainable agriculture. serves as a knowledge network. We use the expert  staff - agronomists, foresters, fisheries and livestock specialists, nutritionists, social scientists, economists, statisticians and other professionals - to collect, analyse and disseminate data that aid development.

      

     

             I.plantation and establishment Department

        Strengthening political will and sharing policy expertise. lends its years of experience to member countries in devising agricultural policy, supporting planning, drafting effective legislation and creating national strategies to achieve rural development and hunger alleviation goals. We advocate for the implementation of these policies and programmes, encouraging sufficient financial resources to be made available, the right organizational structures to be in place, and importantly, ensuring adequate human capacities.

       Supporting countries prevent and mitigate risks.develops mechanisms to monitor and warn about multi-hazard risks and threats to agriculture, food and nutrition. We are there to inform countries on successful risk reduction measures that they can include in all policies related to agriculture. When need arises, we make sure disaster response plans are coordinated at all levels.

    Bolstering public-private collaboration to improve smallholder agriculture. As a neutral forum, provides the setting where rich and poor nations can come together to build common understanding. We also engage the food industry and non-profits in providing support and services to farmers and facilitate greater public and private investments in strengthening the food sector

    On any given day, dozens of policy-makers and experts from around the globe convene at headquarters or in our field offices to forge agreements on major food and agriculture issues.

      

      


    II. Lease and development of land Department

    Agri based dry land improve and establishment. Environmental new technical establish to use the expertise of our staff - agronomists, foresters, fisheries and livestock specialists, nutritionists, social scientists, economists, statisticians and other professionals

      

     

     

     

      

     

     

     

     

     

                 

                  III.Social Infrastructure Department

     

     

    Infrastructure can broadly be defined as long-term physical assets that operate in markets with high barriers to entry and enable the provision of goods and services.

    Social Infrastructure is a subset of the infrastructure sector and typically includes assets that accommodate social services. As set out in the table below, examples of Social Infrastructure Assets include schools, universities, hospitals, prisons and community housing. Social Infrastructure does not typically extend to the provision of social services, such as the provision of teachers at a school or custodial services at a prison.

    In contrast, economic infrastructure supports economic activity and is often characterised by ‘user-pays’ or demand-based revenue streams (such as tolls on toll roads or landing fees for an airport). Social Infrastructure is almost exclusively provided by a central or local government (or related entities such as district health boards and universities). The development and provision of Social Infrastructure is well suited which have been used successfully to deliver public infrastructure since the early and more recently

    International infrastructure projects

    Examples of Social Infrastructure Assets

    Sector

    Examples

    Health

    • Medical facilities
    • Ancillary infrastructure (e.g. offices, carparks, training facilities)
    Education
    • Schools (primary and secondary)
    • Tertiary facilities
    • Residential student accommodation
    Housing
    • State or Council housing
    • Defence force housing
    Civic and Utilities
    • Community & sports facilities
    • Local government facilities
    • Water and wastewater treatment
    Transport
    • Bus stations
    • Park and rides
    • Availability-based roading (excluding demand-risk toll roads)
    • International
    Corrections and Justice
    • Prisons
    • Court houses

      Our company development other infrastructure projects Air bus, ships, extra.............. 

      

     

                 

     

    TOURISIM DEVELOPMENT

     

    Sustainable tourisms  Development is about conducting our business to promote economic growth, a healthy environment and vibrant communities, now and into the future. Tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment and host communities" For over all development of local economy investment of private companies in tourisms industry is need of time. Our company to invest in remote tourist place to uplift life of poor peoples giving a job oriented work by development of tourisms .

      

     

    Industry Group

    The global energy industry is in a constant state of change. Oil and natural gas prices, the deregulation of power markets, pipeline politics, pollution controls, financing needs and investor confidence all frequently fluctuate and impact the contemporary business environment. Today’s energy market is dynamic, due to the entrepreneurial spirit of the energy players, the dedication of resources by funds and businesses to create new companies, and the continued growth in demand for fossil fuels combined with scarcity of energy resources. This environment encourages all forms of energy development and technology improvement. With finite oil reserves and growing concern over carbon emissions, energy companies are looking for cleaner ways of generating power. Growing demand is also forcing an ever-widening search for new hydrocarbon reserves and increased production.

      

     

    III Agri processing industry Department

    Bringing knowledge to the field. Our breadth of knowledge is put to the test in thousands of field projects throughout the world.  Mobilizes and manages and provided by industrialized countries, development banks and other sources to make sure the projects achieve their goals.  In crisis situations, we work side-by-side with the World Food Programme and other humanitarian agencies to protect rural livelihoods and help people rebuild their lives.

     

     

      

      

     

    Our goal is to unlock infrastructure development to create an environment that helps grow  To that end, investments will be made to achieve the following:

    • Boost the energy infrastructure by providing local developers with opportunities in the energy sector and particularly supporting those projects that free up energy consumption and take pressure off the power grid. We seek to optimising energy efficiency interventions and finding alternative energy sources.
    • Develop bio-fuels: by developing the bio fuels sector on a commercial scale. This sector is a potential source of new significant employment and economic development, particularly for agriculture in rural areas.
    • Support transport networks, including road, rail and ports to ensure a sound logistics network that will allow local industries to be competitive and be able to access new markets/suppliers in the rest of Africa.
    • Increase and extend broadband coverage in order to lower the cost of business and boost trade and business.

      Doing business with the unit 

    We focus on energy projects that boost the country’s security of energy supply whilst not harming the environment adversely. To that end, we support projects that focus on the reduction, avoidance and adaptation of carbon emissions.

    Specific sub-sector focus areas are non-fuel based green energy (for example, renewable energy), energy efficiency and demand side management, emission and pollution management, fuel-based green energy (for example, waste to energy and co-generation) and bio-fuels (mainly bio-ethanol).

    We also fund projects that boost industrial infrastructure, logistics infrastructure including road, rail and ports.

    We also manage the Green Energy Efficiency Fund and the AFD Green Fund.

    Who should apply for funding?

    New or existing companies that offer projects that enhance the environment, reduce carbon emissions, create jobs and uplift communities, are welcome to apply for funding.

    We consider funding for:

    • Fixed assets and working capital;
    • New projects, expansions and rehabilitations;
    • Relatively sizeable projects;
    • Projects that exhibit sustainable economic merit; and
    • Projects with significant developmental impact – particularly sustainable job creation, the creation of exports, value addition, localisation, empowerment and rural development.

      With regards to support for industrial infrastructure, we take into account: 

    • Job creation potential: The number of jobs created and total capital costs per job;
    • Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment: Direct shareholding, broad-based shareholding (including local communities, skills development for workers, women, and so on), BBBEE operational involvement in terms of management and control, BBBEE procurement;
    • Regional development: Priority provinces, including the Northern Cape, Eastern Cape, Limpopo, and Free State as well as spatial development initiatives and special economic zones;
    • Black industrialists: Priority will be given to projects promoting black industrialists in terms of control and operational involvement;
    • Project size: The overall size of the project is taken into consideration in terms of the total asset base. Smaller projects will be considered in the rural and priority provinces provided that these have significant developmental impact;
    • Foreign revenue potential/export: Foreign revenue earnings potential arising from exports as well as savings from import replacement; and
    • Local content in capital expenditure: More than 50% of capital expenditure should be sourced locally.
    • Our company development Other agri processing industries textile, fertilisers, nursery, extra........

          Example  

    Sugar Plant Project

    Overview

    Located at the industrial is spread in over an area of 4 acres of land with all the modern facilities, equipment, welding, assembly, machine shops, testing, stores, packaging, dispatch and administration.

    The equipment are technologically advanced and includes heavy floor borers, milling machines, vertical turret lathes, large capacity gear hobbling machines, automatic plate cutting and welding equipment. Lifting capacity extends from a few kilogram to 75 MT using electric overhead cranes. We also offer various testing facilities using modern and internationally recognized testing equipment and instruments which includes non-destructive testing such as ultrasonic test (UST), magnetic particle test (MPI), developer penetration test (DP), radiographic test (RT), bend test, chemical test, mechanical test, dimensional inspection etc.

    Our Principal activities consists of planning, designing, manufacturing, testing, erecting and commissioning of sugar plants, cement plants and steel rolling plants. We also manufacture customized spares for plant under operation. Also major raw materials such as castings, forging, mild steel and stainless steel plates for fabrication are outsourced which are approved as per companies ISO standard. All raw materials are duly tested prior to release for production.

      



    Basic project consultancy provided by us involves :

    • Site selection
    • Procurement of required items
    • Design consultancy
    • Plant erection and commissioning
    • Basic feasibility analysis

    Sugar Plant & Equipment

    Types of Sugar Plant

     

    The company undertakes sugar projects from small to medium scale capacities as mentioned below:

     

    Open pan boiling sugar plants

    From 100TCD to 500TCD

    Vacuum & pressure boiler boiling plants

    From 300TCD to 1500TCD

    Sugar refinery

    From 10TCD to 500TCD

    Turbine based power houses (power cogeneration)

    From 300TCD to 1500TCD

     

    Types of Sugar Plant Equipment


    The range of supply includes a variety of machinery such as :

    Complete Sugar Plants

    Juice and Molasses Storage Tanks

    Vacuum pans

    Cane Unloading

    Molasses Storage Tanks

    Evaporators

    Cane Cutters

    Sugarcane Milling Tandems

    Juice Heaters

    Bagasse Handling and Transfer

    Sugar Centrifugals

    Filter Presses

    Carbonation Equipment

    Supplication Equipment

    Crystallizers

    Sugar Dryers

    Sugar Graders

     

    Project Engineering & Consultation

    Design Engineering

    Design of each plant is personalized with a view to provide capacity optimization, high energy efficient boiling and low steam consumption. Design generating software's comprising Autocad, Proengineer, solid works and technical documents are used for project engineering. With civil designs and drawings the engineering also includes plant and site layouts, equipment and sectional general arrangements, detailed equipment specifications and data sheets, steam and power balances, electrification and piping.

     

     

    New Industries

     

    Our goal is to identify the most promising new and emerging industries and technologies, which we will then support and nurture to become significant industries of the future.

    Accordingly, the New Industries unit will look at trends and innovations to identify investment opportunities. Some potential sectors include:

    • Additive manufacturing – including 3D printing machinery
    • Alternative fuelled vehicles – including electric vehicle components and vehicle assembly, to enabling infrastructure such as recharge stations
    • Fuel cells – conversion of chemicals into electricity
    • Medical technologies – including the use of reactors to separate basic chemicals into medical isotopes, and expanding telemedicine procedures that include medical consultation and operations performed over the internet
    • Mining technologies – including the prototyping and manufacture of new mining technology and machinery
    • Renewable energy – including manufacturing components, machinery and equipment
    • Water infrastructure – including factories for waste water purification to convert it back into a usable form, and the construction of water desalination plants to service agricultural, industrial and household needs

      Outcomes 

    We envisage that through our funding and project development activities, we can achieve the following outcomes:

    • Establish sustainable new industries with significant growth and job creation potential.
    • Enable localisation of manufacturing.
    • Stimulate entrepreneurship in the technology innovation space, with a special focus on the creation of new black techno pruners.

      Doing business with the unit 

    Our focus is to convert unique technology-based ideas into viable, competitive and market-ready products. We invest in technology start-up companies and provide post investment advice and support.

    We provide funding in the form of equity (ordinary shares and shareholder loans).

    • We will only invest if we believe that we will be able to realise a return in excess of a 30% real after tax Internal Rate of Return.
    • Although we do not require shareholding in the business at the outset, we require the right to exit all or a portion of our share of the investment to a mutually agreed upon  party, when the time is right.
    • Our equity stake will entitle us to proportional board representation as well as the right to attend monthly management meetings with the objective of providing strategic support, guidance and advice where necessary.

    Infrastructure Industries

     

      

     

    Overview

    A long-term contract between the public sector (a Public Sector Client) and a private company or consortium of companies (a Private Entity) covering the design, construction, maintenance, and financing of an infrastructure asset.  PPPs can take many different forms, but typically have the following characteristics:

    • a Public Sector Client enters into a contract with a Private Entity to provide finance and arrange the design, construction and ongoing operation of an asset. ‘On-going operation’ is usually limited to maintenance of the asset (but may extend to the provision of ancillary services, such as cleaning). The delivery of core social services to the public (such as the provision of teachers at a school or medical services at a hospital) typically remains the responsibility of a government agency;
    • the Public Sector Client undertakes to pay for use of an asset for a specified term normally ranging from 15 to 35 years (the Concession). The Concession represents a substantial part of the life of the asset
    • the Private Entity contracts out construction and facilities management under fixed-price terms thereby passing construction and operational performance risk to sub-contractors where possible; and
    • at the end of the Concession, ownership of the asset is returned to the Public Sector Client, who can continue to use the asset.

    A key distinction between and traditional procurement methods is that the risks associated with the ownership and operation of an asset are largely borne by the private sector rather than public sector. An example of a Social Infrastructure a hospital building financed and constructed by a Private Entity and made available for use by a local District Health Board. The Private Entity then provides housekeeping, building maintenance and other non-medical services while the hospital authority focuses on the delivery of core medical services.

    The principal contractual relationships in a typical PPP are shown diagrammatically below:

     

    Financing

    projects typically generate relatively stable and predictable cash flows over the term of a Concession. Because of the nature of these cash flows, Private Entities can support relatively high levels of debt. While debt levels are expected to be high initially (particularly, during the project construction phase) debt typically declines over the term of a Concession as it is repaid from operating cash flows.  Further information regarding maximum permitted debt levels for the Fund can be found in Section 8 on page 21 of the prospectus and investment statement

    A Private Entity will typically fund the initial project costs, including construction costs, through a mixture of long-term non-recourse senior debt, subordinated debt and equity. Ideally, where possible, senior debt and/or an equity bridging facility is drawn first and equity and subordinated debt are drawn towards the end of the construction phase (usually two-to-three years) to minimise calls on equity capital until the asset is operational.

    Social Infrastructure

    Once a Social Infrastructure Asset becomes operational, a Private Entity will receive revenues from the Public Sector Client for the remainder of the length of the Concession, provided agreed service levels are met. The revenues are typically inflation-linked and can be either 'availability’ or ‘demand’ based depending on the nature of the project:

    • ‘Availability’- based projects entitle a Private Entity to receive regular payments from a Public Sector Client to the extent that the project asset is available for use in accordance with contractually agreed service levels.
    • ‘Demand'- based projects entitle a Private Entity to receive payments related to the usage of the project asset.

      The focus of the PIP Fund will be to invest in Social Infrastructure Assets through PPPs with availability-linked payments made by a Public Sector Client. The PIP Fund does, however, have the ability to invest in demand-linked projects subject to certain criteria. 

    Cash flows

    An illustrative example of the cash flows received / paid by a Private Entity for an operational asset is shown below:

     

    In a typical PPP, assuming an asset is held until the end of the Concession, the cash flows to / from equity holders occur in two phases:

    • Construction
      During the construction phase, investors will be called upon to provide portions of their committed capital – known as draw downs or calls – as and when required. A typical build time for a new Social Infrastructure Asset might be two-three years and equity would be called in instalments during this period.
    • Operation
      Concession payments to the Private Entity typically commence once an asset is constructed and considered operational (i.e. available for use) by the Public Sector Client. Revenues typically enable the Private Entity to repay the construction and finance costs, pay for asset maintenance and operation and provide an equity return for investors. Equity investors can receive an investment return on equity in the form of income (dividends or distributions of operating profits from PPP assets), periodic returns of investment capital, and potentially capital gains on sale of investments (if sold).

      Typically, in the final few years of the Concession, once senior debt and subordinated debt are repaid from asset operating cash flows, all of an asset’s operating earnings will flow to equity investors  (after providing for any required latter year capital expenditure). 

    The chart below sets out an illustrative example of the annual cash flows to equity investors and the amortisation profile of project debt funding associated with a hypothetical PPP project.

     

    • Equity outflows for investors typically occur during the construction phase as projects are designed, built and completed.

    • Returns to equity investors during the operating phase are generated from Concession payments received from the Public Sector Client and can have both an income and a capital component.

    • Income returns comprise either dividends or distributions of operating profits (before tax) from the Private Entity. Capital returns reflect periodic returns of investors’ invested capital. Capital returns tend to increase as the outstanding balance of debt funding is repaid over the term of the Concession.

    • Cash flow streams are ideally relatively consistent during a Concession but can vary as a result of capital expenditure required to ensure the asset is returned to the Public Sector Client in a pre  

       

    Mining and Metals

    Cement Plant Project

    Overview



    Over the years we have grown as company and emerged as a one-stop-shop for all major activities relating to setting up cement plant - right from site selection, basic equipment engineering and design, manufacturing key components, procurement of bought out items, project planning and monitoring, raw material and finished equipment inspection, erection and commissioning to the training of plant personnel.

    We are the only firm in India with five manufacturing units, offering wide range of quality equipment under one roof. has been fortunate as leading cement industry consulting organization has always stood by us and helped us in emerging as a reputed company globally. Along with our technological advancement we appreciate the whole hearted support of our 500-strong professionals, who have contributed a major chunk in achieving sustained growth and enhanced infrastructure.

     



    Basic project consultancy provided by us involves :

    • Site selection
    • Procurement of required items
    • Design consultancy
    • Plant erection and commissioning
    • Basic feasibility analysis

        

    Cement Plant & Equipment

    Types of Cement Plant

     

    Clinker Grinding Units

    50 TPD-1000 TPD

    Complete Cement Plants (Including Clinker Manufacturing)

    50 TPD-1000 TPD

    Cement Plants- with Vertical Shaft Kilns

    50 TPD-300 TPD

    Cement Plants- with Rotary Kilns

    200 TPD-1000 TPD

    Individual equipment and components such as jaw/hammer crushers, ball mills, ball mill drives, kilns, conveyors, elevators, feeders, blower's etc. Spare parts such as gears, gear reducers, tyres, rollers, mill headers etc.

     

    Cement Plant & Equipment

     

    Equipment

    Type

    Material of Construction

    Grinding Mills

    Ball and Rod mills

    Steel fabrication

    Kilns and Kiln Shells

    Vertical shaft & rotary kilns

    Steel fabrication

    Separators

    Dynamic High Efficiency

    Steel fabrication

    Crushers

    Hammer impact

    Cast iron, Steel casting & fabrication

    Mill Internals

    Liners & diaphragms

    Cast steels and fabrication

    Mill Headers/Ends

    Trunion / Mill headers

    Cast steels

    Mill Bearings

    White metal trunions

    Special wear resistant castings

    Feeders

    Reciprocating, weigh feeders

    Steel fabrication

    Elevators

    Bucket belt, chain

    Steel fabrication

    Conveyors

    Screw & belt type conveyors

    Steel fabrication

    Air Slides & Air Lifts

    Air blowing, pneumatic

    Steel fabrication

    Process and Storage Hoppers

    MS fabricated

    Steel fabrication

    Vibrating Screens and Feeders

    Storage Silos and aeration equipment

    Packing equipment

    Project Engineering & Consultation

    Design Engineering

    Expertise in the technical department depends on the talent, knowledge and skills of the human resource. Hence, we appoint well experienced and trained engineers in order to increase the proficiency. The key positions are given to work force from one of the best educational institution. Latest up gradation and advancement in the technologies and equipment's are made in order to meet the cutthroat specifications of the international markets.

    The international up gradations are kept under a check so that we can make ourselves totally advanced. Pro E and AutoCAD, the latest version of computerized design software are used for all drawings which comprises of equipment drawings, general arrangements and layouts, civil drawings, process flow sheets, etc. Design and consulting team of our company only includes professionals with many years of experience and who are well qualified for this position. The team works with full dedication in order to achieve the best possible design suitable for the plants. We provide computerized designs after a proper analysis to check their functioning and reliability.

     

     

     




     

      

    Heavy Fabrication Work

     

     

    Heavy Fabrication works for power station plants. cements plants

    Heavy Fabrication Works are handled by experienced industry professionals using latest technology support so as to meet the specific process needs of the customers. Further, the structural fabrication support offered can be made available in different shapes and sizes of sectional steel like Girders, Angles, I-beams, C-Channels, Plates and others. Here, our expertise lies in not only making available individual parts & sections but also meeting the demands of supplying complete factory sheds for housing the machinery.

    The solutions offered by us include pre-fabricated shed structures including box columns, rafters, purlins and others; heavy crane supporting structures and platforms; machinery supports and structural works; heavy duty base frames; storage tanks and silo fabrication.

    The fabrication work is undertaken by us for different industrial sectors including mineral and ore processing plants; cement plants; sugar plants; steel plants; power plants and others. Some of the material grades we can offer these heavy fabrication works in include IS 2062 Grade A/B/C; IS 2002 Grade I/II/III Boiler Quality; ASME SA 516 Grade 60/65/70 and ASTM A 516 Grade 60/65/70.

    Crane Fabrication

     

    Crane Fabrication Manufacturers, Heavy Structural Fabrication Work

    Crane fabrication is done for meeting the demands of different industry sectors including mineral and ore processing plants, cement plants, sugar plants, steel plants and power plants. These heavy crane supporting structures and platforms also feature material options in different steel grades as per national and international standards. The sourcing of fabricated material from well recognized suppliers including European suppliers also ensure these are flawless in terms of construction.

    Some common steel grades we are making use of in offered structural work include :
    IS 2062 Grade A/B/C; IS 2002 Grade I/II/III Boiler Quality; ASME SA 516 Grade 60/65/70 and ASTM A 516 Grade 60/65/70.

    Rolling Capacity

    Up to 100 mm Th x 3500mm L on 3 roller rolling machine

    Welding Technique

    Submerged metal Arc, MIG, TIG; 2 mm to 8 mm electrodes

    Welder Qualification

    WPS Qualified (attested and approved by third party inspection agency)

    Weld tests

    Radiography; Ultrasonic testing; Bend testing; 100% on weld joints

    Lifting Capacity

    Overhead hook cranes up to 75 MT lifting capacity; 2 Bays with 75 MT, 1 bay with 25 MT

    Dynamic Balancing

    Up to 2500 mm diameter

    Sand Blasting

    Chamber size of 7000 mm x 7000 mm

    Stress Relieving

    Furnace size of 4000 mm x 8000 mm

    Structural Work

     

    structural engineer, however this additional structural design work is

     

    Structural Work solutions offered are made available using superior fabrication support in different shapes and sizes of sectional steels like girders, angles, i-beams, c-channels, plates and others. Further, our expertise lies in fabricating individual parts & sections of projects as well as meeting the requirements of complete factory sheds that is used for housing of machinery. With the structural work solutions offered including pre-fabricated shed structures including box columns, rafters, purlins; machinery supports and structural works; heavy duty base frames and others, these meet the demands of industry sectors like mineral and ore processing plants; cement plants; sugar plants; steel plants; power plants and others.

    Material Choices :
    These structural fabricated solutions are made available in different steel grades as per national and international standards using plates and sections tested quality from well recognized suppliers including European suppliers.

    Some common steel grades we are making use of in offered structural work include :

    IS 2062 Grade A/B/C

    IS 2002 Grade I/II/III Boiler Quality

    ASME SA 516 Grade 60/65/70

    ASTM A 516 Grade 60/65/70


    Specifications :

    Rolling Capacity

    Up to 100 mm Th x 3500mm L on 3 roller rolling machine

    Welding Technique

    Submerged metal Arc, MIG, TIG; 2 mm to 8 mm electrodes

    Welder Qualification

    WPS Qualified (attested and approved by third party inspection agency)

    Weld tests

    Radiography, Ultrasonic testing, Bend testing, 100% on weld joints

    Lifting Capacity

    Overhead hook cranes up to 75 MT lifting capacity, 2 Bays with 75 MT, 1 bay with 25 MT

    Dynamic Balancing

    Up to 2500 mm diameter

    Sand Blasting

    Chamber size of 7000 mm x 7000 mm

    Stress Relieving

    Furnace size of 4000 mm x 8000 mm

     

     

     

    Storage Silos & Tanks

      
    silo digester with floating cover andinterim effluent storage tank

    Storage Silos & Tanks fabrication support offered by us meets the demands of different projects in industry sectors including mineral and ore processing plants, cement plants, sugar plants, steel plants, power plants and others. Here, our expertise lies in making these available in different finish sizes and shapes in steel material grades as per national and international standards. Further, we also ensure that all fabricated parts used in product development are developed using tested plates and sections and are sourced from well recognized suppliers including European suppliers.

    Steel Grade Used :
    Some of the common grades of steels used by us are -

    • IS 2062 Grade A/B/C
    • IS 2002 Grade I/II/III Boiler Quality
    • ASME SA 516 Grade 60/65/70
    • ASTM A 516 Grade 60/65/70

      Specifications :  

    Rolling Capacity

    Up to 100 mm Th x 3500mm L on 3 roller rolling machine

    Welding Technique

    Welding Technique Submerged metal Arc, MIG, TIG, 2 mm to 8 mm electrodes

    Welder Qualification

    WPS Qualified (attested and approved by third party inspection agency)

    Weld tests

    Radiography, Ultrasonic testing, Bend testing, 100% on weld joints

    Lifting Capacity

    Overhead hook cranes up to 75 MT lifting capacity, 2 Bays with 75 MT, 1 bay with 25 MT

    Dynamic Balancing

    Up to 2500 mm diameter

    Sand Blasting

    Chamber size of 7000 mm x 7000 mm

    Stress Relieving

    Furnace size of 4000 mm x 8000 mm

     

     

     

     

    Customized Equipment

     

    Personalized Construction Equipment

    Customized Equipment supports the needs of process machinery structural fabrication as per the specific end usage requirements of the customers. Here, our expertise lies in making available sectional steels such as girders, angles, i-beams, c-channels, plates in different shapes and sizes. Further, our team has knowledge of not only fabricating individual parts & sections of project but also meet the demands of complete factory sheds required for housing the machinery.

    Under the customized equipment range we are offering:

    • Pre-fabricated shed structures including purloins, box columns, rafters and others
    • Heavy crane supporting platforms and structures
    • Structural works and machinery supports
    • Heavy duty base frames
    • Silo and storage tank fabrication

      Some of the industry sectors where these fabrication works is undertaken for include :  

    • Mineral and ore processing plants
    • Cement plants
    • Sugar plants
    • Steel plants
    • Power plants

      Some common steel grades we are making use of in offered structural work include :  

    • IS 2062 Grade A/B/C
    • IS 2002 Grade I/II/III Boiler Quality
    • ASME SA 516 Grade 60/65/70
    • ASTM A 516 Grade 60/65/70

      Specifications :  

    Rolling Capacity

    Up to 100 mm Th x 3500mm L on 3 roller rolling machine

    Welding Technique

    Submerged metal Arc, MIG, TIG; 2 mm to 8 mm electrodes

    Welder Qualification

    WPS Qualified (attested and approved by third party inspection agency)

    Weld tests

    Radiography, Ultrasonic testing, Bend testing, 100% on weld joints

    Lifting Capacity

    Overhead hook cranes up to 75 MT lifting capacity, 2 Bays with 75 MT, 1 bay with 25 MT

    Dynamic Balancing

    Up to 2500 mm diameter

    Sand Blasting

    Chamber size of 7000 mm x 7000 mm

    Stress Relieving

    Furnace size of 4000 mm x 8000 mm

     

     

    Gears, Pinions & Shafts

     

    Mill Girth Gears

     

    Mill Girth Gears, Ring Gears, Bull Gears, Pinions and Shafts

     

    Mill Girth Gears comprise high integrity girth gears that find application in driving horizontal grinding mills. With these gears developed for achieving superior finish strength and process reliability, these can be designed for different kW applications as well as in diameter and weight choices. For ensuring in them flawless finish support, we manufacture them in temperature controlled environment.

    Features :

    • Available in different hardness range
    • Can be developed using material choices including Cast steel, Ductile iron, Fabricated forged steel plates and others
    • Girth gear drive provide optimum performance as mechanical systems for reducing motor speed to working speed of mill
    • As an important component in gear drive assembly, these can be offered in multiple segments including 2, 4 or 8 equal sizes
    • Easy installation and low operational costs

      Applications :

    Girth gears mainly using in - 

    • Mills
    • Kiln drive system
    • Steel re-rolling mills
    • Paper industries

     

     

    Ring Gears

     

     

    ring gear

    Ring Gears are also known as starter ring and comprises medium carbon steel ring with teeth which comes fitted on periphery of flywheel of internal combustion engine generally in automotive applications. With the teeth driven by smaller gear (pinion) of starter motor, its primary use is in transferring torque from starter motor pinion to flywheel/flexplate for engine rotation.

    Features :

    • Starter ring gear featuring precision construction support
    • These are made to undergo different heat-treatment including tempering, normalizing and others for precision finish
    • Teeth of starter ring hardened for enhancing its strength and wear resistance
    • Modern computer aided designing support using software like AUTOCAD, SOLID WORKS for ensuring precision construction standards
    • Interference checks and dimensional accuracies carried out using these tools
    • Can also provide load analysis & stress analysis on gears using finite element analysis

      Applications :

    These are mostly used in automotive applications including: 

    • Stationary engines
    • Cars
    • Trucks
    • Buses
    • Tractors
    • Power generators
    • Tillers
    • Marine applications

     

     

    Bull Gears

     

    BULL GEARS & MACHINES

     

    Bull Gears can be made available by us as per different international standards including ASTM & AISI (USA), BS (British), JIS (Japanese), GS (German) and IS (Indian) standards. These gears comprise toothed driving wheel which is also largest in the mechanism. As a gear/sprocket much larger than others in same power train, these are larger of two spur gears engaged in any machine.

    Features :

    • Making use of latest computer aided designing support using software like AUTOCAD, SOLID WORKS so as to ensure accurate designing of gears
    • All software used updated to latest versions
    • Gears checked for interference checks as well as dimensional accuracies
    • Expertise in offering solutions as per client's designs and drawings
    • Expertise in also offering load analysis and stress analysis on gears using finite element analysis for checking appropriate selection of materials & geometrical designs
    • Reverse engineering and designing support for generating drawings exactly as per sample as well as obtain accurate geometrical sizing

      Applications :  

    • Mining industry
    • Steel plants
    • Power plants
    • Paper plants
    • Fertilizer plants

     

     

    Pinions & Shafts

     

    Pinions & Pinion Shafts

     

    Pinions & Shafts for Sugar plants and Cement Plants are perfectly designed to match up with the end specification demands of the customers. These are precision designed to perfectly mesh with existing gears under operations. Further, our expertise also lies in making available Pinions and Pinion Shafts as per the specific demands of the customers.

    Features :

    • Made available in standard as well as client specific designs
    • For customization, we require accurate manufacturing drawing so as to develop Pinion or Pinion Shaft that provides perfect meshing support with gear under operations
    • Also offer installation support facilities
    • Special forged steel & alloy based Pinions and Shafts that are perfectly hardened and tempered to provide for consistent and durable performance support
    • Can be made available in desired strength and mechanical properties
    • All pinions and shafts featuring tight tolerances in terms of profile machining & grinding, thus offering superior accuracy and process efficiency
    • Can be made available in capacities of up to 6500mm in length and 600mm in diameter
    • Available type includes Integral & Shrunk fit Pinion Shafts

      Applications :

    These find use in different equipment used in industrial sectors like - 

    • Sugar Mills
    • Cement Plants
    • Sponge Iron Plants
    • Thermal Power Stations
    • Fertilizer Plants
    • Mineral Plants
    • Paper Mills
    • Mining Industry
    • Chemical Plants
    • Steel Rolling Plants
    • Material Handing Equipment
    • Textile Plants
    • Machine Tools

     

     

    Mill & Kiln Spares

    Backed by latest technology support the mill and klin spares offered by us are precision fabricated so as to match up with the end application processes these are used in. Here, our expertise lies in making these available in both standard as well as customized parameters as per the specific demands of the customers.

    Application sectors : Cement Industries, Metal Casting Industries, Mining Industries, Dyeing Industries and others.

    Available range : Kiln Support Roller, Kiln Tyres (Riding Rings), Kiln Shell, Ball Mill Headers and Ball Mill Liners.

     

    Kiln Support Roller

     

    Casting Supporting Roller for Rotary Kiln

     

    Kiln Support Rollers are backed by latest technology and provide desired support to cables and other related products. These support rollers are driven to rotate using friction between roller surface and web. The small friction torque of the roller bearings also allow higher speed operations and helps in avoiding possibilities of slippage due to presence of large air film between roller surface and web.

    Features :

    • Coming with small friction torque of roller bearings
    • Rollers are close together that decrease pulling tension
    • Manufactured as per defined industry standards
    • Can also be custom designed as per client's specific requirements
    • Durable finish and reliable performance

     

     

    Kiln Tyres (Riding Rings)

     

    Kiln Tyres (Riding Rings) find application in kilns. Here, our expertise lies in making these available in standard finish quality in a range of thicknesses including from 2mtr to 7mtr. Further, our expertise also lies in making these available as per customization parameters provided by the customers.

    Features :

    • Assists in enhancing temperature of material
    • Available in precision designed and constructed finish using quality tested raw material
    • Comes with outer tyre diameters of 2mtr to 7mtr
    • Available in shell/drum thickness of 2mtr to 7mtr
    • Can be made available in different mounting options including simple bore, D teeth cutting, hub less, keyway
    • Meets IS 2062 standards

      Applications :

    These are mainly used in - 

    • Used for raising temperature of material in continuous process especially in heavy duty industries

    Some industry sectors, these find application in are :

    • Cement Industries
    • Metal Casting Industries
    • Mining Industries
    • Dyeing Industries

     

     

    Kiln Shell

     

    Kiln Shells are available in standard quality and thicknesses. Here, our rich industry experience and process expertise also allows us to make these available in customized finish specifications as demanded by the customers. These find application in areas like mining, metal casting, cement as well as in dyeing industries.

    Features :

    • Used for raising temperature of material in continuous process
    • Especially suitable to be used in heavy duty industries
    • Overall kiln size including diameters and length based on available process conditions
    • Kiln sections sized by what is practical for transportation or depending upon capabilities of shop
    • Sections precision welded for forming kilns
    • Sections coming with alignment tabs welded inside shell that assists in holding and aligning shell pieces until field welded
    • Can be made available with production capacity up to 10,000 MT per day
    • Can be offered in size of up to 4.5 m in shell diameter

      Applications :  

    • Sponge Iron Plants
    • Cement Plants
    • Chemical & Mineral Plants
    • Mining Industry

     

     

    Ball Mill Headers

     

    Ball Mill Headers are available in standard quality and thickness. Made available in both standard as well as customized finish specifications as per the order requirements, these mill headers are popularly used in industry sectors like mining, dyeing industries, metal casting, cement and others.

    Features :

    • Suitably used for raising temperature of material in continuous process like in heavy duty industry sectors
    • Overall kiln size based on working process conditions
    • Kilns’ can be customized on parameters like diameter and length
    • Kiln sections featuring alignment tabs that help hold and align shell pieces till these are field welded
    • Made available in capacities of 5.0 m in shell diameter
    • Made available in size of up to 6.0 m flange diameter and 3.0 m in height
    • Available in maximum weight of up to 50MT of single piece

      Applications :  

    • Ball Mills
    • Rod Mills

     

     

    Ball Mill Liners

     

    Ball Mill Liners are developed us using latest technology support and can be made available in standard quality and thickness options. Our well developed fabrication support facilities as well as experienced team support also allows us to deliver these in customized finishes as per the specific process requirements.

    Features :

    • Finding use in raising temperatures of material in continuous process like in heavy duty industries
    • Overall kiln size based on process conditions and can be varied in terms of diameter and length
    • At shop sections are provided with alignment tabs that are welded inside shell and find use in holding and aligning shell pieces at time of final welding

      Applications :

    These are used in ball mills installed in industries like: 

    • Metal casting
    • Cement
    • Mining
    • Dyeing

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    Company  structure

     

       

    . The shares of the company are privately owned, usually by a small number of people. These shareholders typically include the founder of the company, possibly some close family members, and perhaps a few business associates who provided money for the company.

    Departments

    The list of departments below is typical for many business – each one corresponds to a business function. Companies also have other departments related to their own particular business activity.

    Production might also include Purchasing and Quality Assurance (QA)

    .

    Operations refers to all the internal processes of a company and might include.

    .

    Sales might also include Business Development

    .

    Customer Services might include Technical Support

    .

    Marketing might include Market Research

    Communications refers to all promotional activities including a strong focus on Public Relations (PR)

    .

    Finance has many subdivisions, such as Financial Control, Treasury, Accounts and Payroll (= managing salary payments).

    Human Resources(HR).

    Information Technology(IT).

    Research and Development(R&D).

    Legal

    .

    Planning

    An entrepreneur sees a gap in the market and wants to found (= start) a new company. First some planning is necessary. The entrepreneur has to:

    Do market research and develop the product.

    Think about pricing, distribution channels, and promotion.

    Raise capital (‘capital’ = money used to start or invest in a business).The capital might come from the founder’s own funds, loans from the bank, or money invested by other people/business partners.

    Growth

    The company employs more staff and divides them into different functions: operations, sales, marketing, accounts, etc. The company develops a network of suppliers. The brand name starts to become well-known among customers. What happens if the business needs to raise additional

    capital to expand its operations? There are various options.

    The company can ask the bank for a loan.

    The company can issue new shares and sell them to outside investors.

    The company can attract private equity. Private equity is very similar to venture capital, but it comes at a later stage in the company’s growth.

    Exit strategies

    There are various exit strategies available to the owners if they want to sell the company.

    The business can be sold as a going concern (= as an established, profitable business) to other private individuals.

    The business can be sold to a competitor, or to a large foreign company wanting to enter the market. The company that is taken over may or may not    keep its brand name.

    The company goes public. This means it is listed on a stock exchange and its shares are sold to individual and institutional investors. The original

    owners may continue to run the company.

     

     

         II.Marine and Financial Products

    Non-bank financial companies (NBFCs) are financial institutions that provide banking services without meeting the legal definition of a bank, i.e. one that does not hold a banking license. These institutions typically are restricted from taking deposits from the public depending on the jurisdiction. Nonetheless, operations of these institutions are often still covered under a country's banking regulations.

    The specific banking products that can be offered by NBFCs depends on the jurisdiction, and may include services such as loans and credit facilities, savings products, investments and money transfer services. In some jurisdictions, such as New Zealand, any company can engage in banking business, except they are not allowed to use the word bank in their name. A company can only call itself a bank if it is a registered as such with the nation's central bank.

    Services provided

    NBFCs offer most sorts of banking services, such as loans and credit facilities, private education funding, retirement planning, trading in money markets, underwriting stocks and shares, TFCs(Term Finance Certificate) and other obligations. These institutions also provide wealth management such as managing portfolios of stocks and shares, discounting services e.g. discounting of instruments and advice on merger and acquisition activities. The number of non-banking financial companies has expanded greatly in the last several years as venture capital companies, retail and industrial companies have entered the lending business. Non-bank institutions also frequently support investments in property and prepare feasibility, market or industry studies for companies.

    However they are typically not allowed to take deposits from the general public and have to find other means of funding their operations such as issuing debt instruments.

    Regulation

    For European NCs the Payment Services Directive (PSD) is a regulatory initiative from the European Commission to regulate payment services and payment service providers throughout the European Union (EU) and Euro  Economic Area (EEA). The PSD describes which type of organisations can provide payment services in Europe (credit institutions (i.e. banks) and certain authorities (e.g. Central Banks, government bodies), Electronic Money Institutions (EMI), and also creates the new category of Payment Institutions). Organisations that are not credit institutions or EMI, can apply for an authorisation as Payment Institution in any EU country of their URL choice (where they are established) and then passport their payment services into other Member States across the EU.

    Classification

      

    This section requires expansion.

    Based on their Liability Structure, NBFCs have been divided into two categories. 1. Category ‘A’ companies (NBFCs accepting public deposits or NBFCs-D), and 2. Category ‘B’ companies (NBFCs not raising public deposits or NBFCs-ND).

    NBFCs-D are subject to requirements of Capital adequacy, Liquid assets maintenance, Exposure norms (including restrictions on exposure to investments in land, building and unquoted shares), ALM discipline and reporting requirements; In contrast, until 2006 NBFCs-ND were subject to minimal regulation. Since April 1, 2007, non-deposit taking NBFCs with assets of `1 billion and above are being classified as Systemically Important Non-Deposit taking NBFCs (NBFCs-ND-SI), and prudential regulations, such as capital adequacy requirements and exposure norms along with reporting requirements, have been made applicable to them. The asset liability management (ALM) reporting and disclosure norms have also been made applicable to them at different points of time.

    Depending upon their nature of activities, non- banking finance companies can be classified into the following categories:

    1. Development finance institutions
    2. Leasing companies
    3. Investment companies
    4. Modaraba companies
    5. House finance companies
    6. Venture capital companies
    7. Discount & guarantee houses
    8. Corporate development companies

      See also 

    • Alternative financial services
    • Non-bank financial institution
    • Shadow banking system

    Categories:

    • Financial services

     

     

     

              III.Head of branch office company Branch

    Branch Office - Index

     

    The advantages are:

    • Less obligations to present accounts than with company
    • A branch is usually an adequate vehicle for low risk projects
      

     

    Features of a Branch Office

    A branch is usually suitable for low cost ventures. As the parent company and the branch carry the same and shared risk, the parent remains fully liable for all liabilities.

    From a tax perspective, branches are permanent establishments of non-resident companies and a foreign branch is not a separate entity from its parent.

    A branch of a non-resident company must appoint a resident individual or a company to represent it in dealings with tax authorities. The representatives may be held jointly and severally liable for the tax debts of the permanent establishments of non-resident entities, which they represent.

    To register a branch, evidence has to be provided of the existence of the parent, certified copies of the Articles or Statues, the names of the directors, the share capital, the registered office, and the names of the representatives who will act for you.

    Various documents will need to be translated, the documents include:

     

    • Your company's articles of association

     

     

           

              IV.Division For SME’s (Special Advisor)

     

                        Is a person who is an authority in a particular area or topic. The term domain expert is frequently used in expert systems software development, and there the term always refers to the domain other than the software domain. A domain expert is a person with special knowledge or skills in a particular area of endeavour. An accountant is an expert in the domain of accountancy, for example. The development of accounting software requires knowledge in two different domains, namely accounting and software. Some of the development workers may be experts in one domain and not the other. A SME should also have basic knowledge on other technical subjects.

    Function

    In general, the term is used when developing materials (a book, an examination, a manual, etc.) about a topic, and expertise on the topic is needed by the personnel developing the material. For example, tests are often created by a team of psycho metricians and a team of subject matter experts. The psycho metricians understand how to engineer a test while the subject matter experts understand the actual content of the exam. Books, manuals, and technical documentation are developed by Technical writers and instructional designers in conjunctions with SMEs. Technical communicators interview SMEs to extract information and convert it into a form suitable for the audience. SMEs are often required to sign off on the documents or training developed, checking it for technical accuracy. SMEs are also necessary for the development of training materials.

    Software

    In software engineering environments, the term is used to describe professionals with expertise in the field of application. The term "SME" also has a broader definition in engineering and high tech as one who has the greatest expertise in a technical topic. SMEs are often asked to review, improve, and approve technical work; to guide others; and to teach. According to Six Sigma, a Subject Matter Expert "exhibits the highest level of expertise in performing a specialized job, task, or skill of broad definition."

    In software development, as in the development of "complex computer systems" (e.g., artificial intelligence, expert systems, control, simulation, or business software) a SME is a person who is knowledgeable about the domain being represented (but often not knowledgeable about the programming technology used to represent it in the system). The SME tells the software developers what needs to be done by the computer system, and how the SME intends to use it. The SME may interact directly with the system, possibly through a simplified interface, or may codify domain knowledge for use by knowledge engineers or oncologists. An SME is also involved in validating the resulting system. SME has formal meaning in certain contexts such as CMMs.

    Electronic discovery

    In electronic discovery environments, the term is used to describe professionals with expertise using Computer Assisted Review technology (CAR)/Technology Assisted Review (TAR) to perform searches designed to produce precisely refined results that identify groups of data as potentially responsive or non-responsive to relevant issues. E-discovery SMEs also typically have experience creating the search strings used in the search process.

    Law

    A lawyer in administrative agency may be designated as a SME if he specializes in a particular field of law, such as tort law.

    See also

    • Domain knowledge
    • Expert system
    • Knowledge engineer
    • Knowledge engineering
    • Subject matter expert Turing test
    • System testing
    • Usability
    • User acceptance testing
    • User interface design

     

    Credit Assessment and Systems Groups       

       

                     I.Credit Department

                    

    Many experienced and successful entrepreneurs all agree that success is in the details. By utilizing an objective business credit reporting service from Experian to monitor a partner or supplier's company credit report, you can discover the following in advance:

    • The status of prospective customers' payment practices
    • Existing clients' business conditions
    • Suppliers' historical relationships with others
    • Notifications about changes to suppliers' or customers' business credit reports
    • What your competitors are doing
    • Other financially pertinent details
      Having immediate access to such data can mean the difference between your profit and loss . 

     

                     II.Country Credit Department

     

       Business Info

    •   Founded
    •   Incorporated
    •   Annual Revenue
    •   Employee Count
    •   Industries Personal Finance Licensed Loan Companies, Small Contact Business
    •   Contacts

    Environmental Assessment Office

        

    is the term used for the assessment of the environmental consequences (positive and negative) of a plan, policy, program, or project prior to the decision to move forward with the proposed action. In this context, the term 'environmental impact assessment' (EIA) is usually used when applied to concrete projects and the term 'strategic environmental assessment' applies to policies, plans and programmes (Fischer, 2016). Environmental assessments may be governed by rules of administrative procedure regarding public participation and documentation of decision making, and may be subject to judicial review.

    The purpose of the assessment is to ensure that decision makers consider the environmental impacts when deciding whether or not to proceed with a project. The International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA) defines an environmental impact assessment as "the process of identifying, predicting, evaluating and mitigating the biophysical, social, and other relevant effects of development proposals prior to major decisions being taken and commitments made." EIAs are unique in that they do not require adherence to a predetermined environmental outcome, but rather they require decision makers to account for environmental values in their decisions and to justify those decisions in light of detailed environmental studies and public comments on the potential environmental impacts.

    Engineering and consulting companies work hand in hand as contractors for mining, energy, oil &gas companies executing EIAs. Companies operating globally such as Each country will also have its own local contractors offering the same kind of service hence breaking out monopolies by increasing the supply of EIAs execution consultants.

    History

    Environmental impact assessments commenced in the 1960s, as part of increasing environmental awareness. EIAs involved a technical evaluation intended to contribute to more objective decision making. In the United States, environmental impact assessments obtained formal status in 1969, with enactment of the National Environmental Policy Act. EIAs have been used increasingly around the world. The number of "Environmental Assessments" filed every year "has vastly overtaken the number of more rigorous Environmental Impact Statements (EIS)." An Environmental Assessment is a "mini-EIS designed to provide sufficient information to allow the agency to decide whether the preparation of a full-blown Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is necessary." EIA is an activity that is done to find out the impact that would be done before development will occur.

    Methods

    General and industry specific assessment methods are available including:

    • Industrial products - Product environmental life cycle analysis LCA) is used for identifying and measuring the impact of industrial products on the environment. These EIAs
    • consider activities related to extraction of raw materials, ancillary materials, equipment; production, use, disposal and ancillary equipment. Genetically modified plants - Specific methods available to perform EIAs of genetically modified organisms include GMP-RAM and INOVA.
    • Fuzzy logic - EIA methods need measurement data to estimate values of impact indicators. However, many of the environment impacts cannot be quantified, e.g. landscape quality, lifestyle quality and social acceptance. Instead information from similar EIAs, expert judgment and community sentiment are employed. Approximate reasoning methods known as fuzzy logic can be used.A fuzzy arithmetic approach has also been proposed  and implemented using a software tool (TDEIA). More information can be found at ARAI web site.
      Follow-up 

    At the end of the project, an audit evaluates the accuracy of the EIA by comparing actual to predicted impacts. The objective is to make future EIAs more valid and effective. Two primary considerations are:

    • Scientific - to examine the accuracy of predictions and explain errors
    • Management - to assess the success of mitigation in reducing impacts

    Audits can be performed either as a rigorous assessment of the null hypothesis or with a simpler approach comparing what actually occurred against the predictions in the EIA document.

    After an EIA, the precautionary and polluter pays principles may be applied to decide whether to reject, modify or require strict liability or insurance coverage to a project, based on predicted harms.

    The Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol is a sector specific method for checking the quality of Environmental and Social assessments and management plans.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

                                             

     

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