The Injection and Blow Moulding products manufacturing industry is undergoing a significant evolution in terms of increased technology adoption and operating models today. Moreover, it is the wave of automation and digital transformation in packaging industries that has been further accelerating this change, making it imperative for the Injection and Blow Moulding products manufacturers to improve production efficiency, reduce input cost, and improve product quality using improvised set-up that includes advanced technologies, latest & automated machineries, new & innovative designs, low cost products & green environment sustainability.
Though the demands are overwhelming, the industry still faces challenges with the day-to-day input cost of the packaging material due to heavy competition in the market & complex design that changes very frequently. To address these challenges and outstand in the competition, key players in the space are required to subsequently build on their capability and manufacturing quality to offer highquality, latest, and innovative products.
Girnari Moulders, a Mumbai-based company is one of the leaders in the Injection and Blow Moulding products manufacturing industry renowned for manufacturing & exporting Plastic Injection Moulding & Blow Moulding articles used across the Pesticides, Agriculture, Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, Paints & Tool industries.
This ISO 9001:2015 and TUV certified firm was established in 2003, and today has acquired a good name & reputation in the market through its quality manufactured products & customer satisfaction it is in a good position in the market. The company’s major flagship products are HDPE Bottles, Temper Evident Caps with Measuring Cups, and Flexible Packaging for Construction Chemical Industries. Girnari’s plant is equipped with all the modern amenities & automation necessary for the working of the unit greatly backs the manufacturing work in there with the latest state-of-theart facility and equipped inhouse-lab.
While the company’s BLOW MOULDING machines have a production capacity of 50ml to 5000ml, its INJECTION MOULDING machines’ production capacity offers 1 Gram to 500 Grams production capacity. The company operating 24 x 7, every single minute of 365 days has a total moulding capacity of around 300 tons of plastic materials per month. The adoption of new technologies & innovation in R&D has significantly boosted its growth.
“The first prior thing is to understand our customer’s requirements & need of packaging required, their material MSDS which has to be packed to understand the compatibility of the material, respective of the required design & tentative budget for the order. Once we understand the same, we present them with different designs respective to their varied needs. Further, as the customer approves our designs, we develop an actual 3D prototype for the same, so that the actual look can be visible & then finalized”, says Girish Bhasnushali, Managing Director.
Even, the company’s team is also well-built to back the extensive operations being led at the Corporate office, followed by manufacturing at its plant. The major factor in the team is the bonding of its employees & staff whether it’s Girnari’s plant or corporate offices. The relation & family bonding which it has been entrenched amongst its employees is strong and seems to remain as such.
The Injection & Blow Moulding market is developing very fast in India, especially through the demand of small bottle packaging, and large volume retail packing from Pharma, Cosmetics, Foods, FMCG & Agro Industries. Though the competition has not been easy to overcome, Giranri Moulders has been holding up quite well.
Founded by our Late Director L.K. Bhanushali, the company since its inception in the year 2002, has grown manifolds benefitting from the extended leadership of Girish Bhasnushali, Managing Director who joined Girnari Moulders in 2003. Over the years, the company has not only expanded from a production of 1 MT per annum to 3600 MT per annum, but it is also in the process of starting two new facilities at Panoli & Dahej. “The new plants will commence operations in a year and will help increase our production capacity from 3600 MT per annum to 7000 MT per annum”, signs off Girish.