Singhasini Engineering Systems

"Purusharth Niketan" , 3/22 Vishnupuri,,Kanpur,Uttar Pradesh,India

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SINGHASINI\' was established by the great visionary and social reformer of his time, Shri Raghunandan Prasad Srivastava in the year 1952, naming it in the cherished memory of his dear wife Singhasani Devi.
Shri Raghunandan Prasad Srivastava served as Chief Engineer in one of the British company in Cawnpore, an industrial town of North India. After World War II he decided to start an Engineering Enterprise to manufacture Unit Operation Equipments like Size Reduction EquipmentsPULVERISER. The Unit then started manufacturing Pulverisers to Grind Soft to Hard - Minerals, Ores, Chemicals etc. The unit was the first in India to have started manufacturing grinding machines. Thereon other Unit Operation Equipments like Jaw Crushers, Disintegrators, Hammer Mills, Ribbon Blenders were added to the list of equipments.
Shri. Rudra Prakash Srivastava the youngest son, completed his Chemical Engineering and served NEPANAGAR PAPER MILLS, at Maharashtra as a Process Engineer. His association with the Singhasini Organisation added to the achievements of his father. Along with his elder brother Shri Om Prakash Srivastava who had gained stature as a Mechanical Engineer, he took the SINGHASINI Organization to new heights. Having established SINGHASINI brand name across India, he developed his expertise in processing RAW SULPHUR to fine powder and developing SULPHER GRINDING SYSTEMS and much more….
Today, SINGHASINI stands for QUALITY AND PRECISION                                            
Mr. Sanjay Srivastava B.Tech (Mechanical) and M.Tech (Industrial Systems Engineering) joined his parental business in 1988. With more than 25 years of experience as an entrepreneur, he has been working on Sulphur Grinding Systems for the last two decades with continuous improvements in the design and developing an almostEXPLOSION FREE grinding system using INERT GAS technology. Having successfully installed and commissioned a number of SulphurGrinding Systems in India, Russia & Saudi Arabia to almost all the leading business houses in the sulphur industry. 
Spearheading the expansion of the Singhasini Group, Sanjay Srivastava has allocated 9000 Square Meters / 10,000 Square Yards of Industrial land in Kanpur for expansion and diversification. The company has established a state-of-the-art Sulphur Grinding System & Sulphur Refining / Roll Plant with a capacity of 900MT/Month. The plant includes in-house facilities like a well-equipped laboratory,rainwater harvesting plant, worker\'s quarters, office, canteen facilities and other amenities for the welfare of its staff and workers. Having excellent experience and technical expertise of Sulphur Grinding & Processing, Singhasini Group growing at a steady pace.In this sector it has undertaken challenging orders for exporters well for the domestic Market. At present, this unit feeds the entire market of pesticides formulators (nearly 85% of them depend upon it for their raw material), Fertilizer, Rubber Industry, Tyre Industry, Sugar Industry, Match Stick Industry, Explosive Industry as well as dyes & Chemical Industry.

 

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Mr. Sanjay

Singhasini Engineering Systems

"Purusharth Niketan" , 3/22 Vishnupuri,, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India

208002

Exporters

Americas,Africa,Asia,Caribbean,America,Europe,Middle East,Oceania,Worldwide

we are in to manufacturing of micro fine sulphur powder, industrial grade sulphur powder, rubber grade sulphur powder agricultral dusting powder, roll sulphur, raw sulphur lumps

2014

26-50

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KANPUR

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3

1 - 2.5 Million USD

Less than 5 people

In House

6 - 10 people

MSME

OEM Service Offered ,Design Service Offered

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1 - 2.5 Million USD

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SANJAY SRIVASTAVA

1 - 2.5 Million USD

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