21 February 2020

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Interaction- Aditya Sisodiya, Director, Siddharth Alloys

We manufacture with 100 per cent accuracy


Renowned internationally for its precision castings, Siddharth Alloys is a castings supplier to major ECE OEMs. In an exclusive interview to CONSTRUCTION OPPORTUNITIES,
ADITYA SISODIYA, DIRECTOR, SIDDHARTH ALLOYS, highlights what distinguishes their products vis-à-vis competitor products, and discusses their strategy to play in the Indian and global markets.



Brief overview of your business and product range?
We are a rapidly growing foundry, manufacturing all types of steel castings of high manganese, high chrome, and carbon steel wear resistant replaceable parts like concave mantle, jaw plate, blow bars, liners, cheek plate, hammer, roller, wedges, jaw Pitman, Cone Crusher Body, Excavator teeth etc., for different make and model of crusher plants, cement plant, thermal power plants of both domestic and international brands. We are capable of manufacturing a Single piece weighing from 20 kg to 7 ton (7000 kg).We also manufacture customized mechanical tools and parts for pre-established plants.



What would be your key market differentiators?
We pride on our ability to manufacture anything in alloy. Plus, due to state-of-the-art equipped facilities with 3D Scanners both Stationary and handheld, spectrometer again Stationary and handheld,3D printers, efficient CAD unit, Polyworks reverse engineering software and modern production processes, we are able to achieve maximum utilization of our resources, while keeping prices minimum. Also, we can develop any pattern as per the drawing furnished to us by the customer in our in-house pattern shop, thereby ensuring timely manufacture with 100 per cent accuracy in measurements.



What quality control processes are practiced at your plant?
Our quality inspection encompasses the entire product development process, right from the selection of the scrap, the basic raw material, and inputs like ferro alloys, to the method used for the casting with the help of latest machines, to give the product 100 per cent accuracy in every measure. We use all the latest equipment available in the market today to make our product best like Spectrometers, 3D Scanner, universal testing machine (UTM), Hardness tester,microscope, reverse engineering software etc.  We use the latest vertical turning lathe (VTL), vertical machine center (VMC) and plano miller for further machining accuracy in measurements with minimum tolerance.
We ensure strict adherence to ISI Standards. We are an ISO 9001-2008 certified company.



How long have you been in this business?
We started Siddharth Alloys foundry in 2006. Our original purpose was to serve and meet requirements of our own mines & crushers as our Group is in mining sector also. After noticing the demand for our products in the market due to inherent good quality, accuracy in measurements, and most competitive price, we increased the capacity of our foundry and setup a second foundry to meet the market demand. Our quality improved with continuous development of R & D expertise. The look of the finished product, superior quality, long life, and timely availability of our quality products, besides competitive prices, has increased demand for our products, both in the domestic and international market.



Geographically, where are your main markets?
We are headquartered in one of the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) of Uttrakhand state in India at Sidcul-Pantnagar, District-Udhamsingh Nagar. In addition to this ,we have eight supply points across the country. We supply all over India and in some region of Europe and Africa.



Who are your main customers?
Our clients include crusher plants, Mining companies, thermal power plants, and cement plants.



Any expansion plans or technical collaborations in the pipeline?
Currently we are focused on consolidating our business. There are no expansion plans as of now.



How has the EXCON experience been so far?
It has been very good. We are receiving a lot of inquiries and expect the market to really pick up in the coming year.

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