Indian Material Handling sector has observed a significant surge over the recent years due to the increasing need of safe working practices, rising demand for on-time supply/delivery, growing international and domestic investment in the manufacturing sector and the Indian government’s ambitious ‘Make in India’ initiative. The booming manufacturing sector in India along with high-cost of labour is compelling manufacturers to use sophisticated equipment to ensure high through put in a shorter time.
They are looking for equipment/products that can save their time, increase production as well as be safety and industrial/environmental standards compliant. However, there still linger challenges when it comes to the timely delivery of quality products with robust after-sales service. Furthermore, players in this space are struggling to cater to the demand for customized products that can bring about operational efficiency.
Solving these challenges by leveraging latest technological innovations in the space, RUD India, established in 2007, has been manufacturing and supplying high quality equipment for bulk material handling and unit handling requirements across various industries. The company has processes in place that are thoroughly followed by its team, wherein they understand the customer requirements. Furthermore, their after sales services ensure that the products have a longer life span. The company is headquartered in Germany, and is a subsidiary of RUD Group with
around 80+ products used across 120+ countries, and holding 500+ International Patents currently.
“We manufacture tailored solutions for industry specific material handling requirements that are cost-effective, highly efficient and reliable. All our products comply with ASME, DIN/EN and VDI standards. Our products are rigorously tested and assessed against our strict quality control measures as well as by our third party inspection consultants,” highlights Vipin Rao, Managing Director at RUD India. “Our close relationship with our customers does not end, once our products are delivered. Our round the clock customer service and quick replacement of parts and accessories are two important aspects of our customer support; preventive maintenance and inspection, as well as product reconditioning and upgrading round out our after- sales services,” he adds.
Ensuring Quality Products Deliverability
The research and development of new material handling systems, processes and products is at the core of RUD India’s business strategy. Their level of collaboration makes them a partner of choice for organizations who value quality. The company strictly follows quality processes rigorously to deliver quality products and solutions that help companies in achieving sustainable competitive edge. Furthermore, RUD India has been at the forefront in developing solutions with successful in digenization in a timely manner for all material handling requirements from - start (raw material handling) to end (final product handling) in all manufacturing industries to handle - A (Aluminium) to Z (Zinc) material.
For Unit Handling, RUD India has successfully developed High Capacity load tilting devices which are IOT compliant and are used in foundry applications
For Unit Handling, RUD India has successfully developed High Capacity load tilting devices which are IOT compliant and are used in foundry applications. They also have developed six innovative import substitutes which are used for Wind Energy. When it comes to Bulk Material handling, they have developed and installed special municipal waste to energy conveying solutions for the cement industry, which is a high end complete IOT based conveying solution.
“RUD India plans to spend considerable resources for in digenizing products in INDIA which are presently imported from RUD Group Companies. We have vowed to make all our manufactured products to be CE certified for Indian & export markets in the first quarter of FY 21 -22. RUD being a major supplier for the defense industry, in the coming years under Make in India initiative, we would like to introduce these products which will be manufactured in India,” concludes Vipin.