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1.Saving Lives at Site

Construction work by nature entails danger. The complexity of work, mounting pressures to achieve targets and lack of awareness among labour all make it impossible to eliminate accidents during construction. That's why, all around the world, more people die at construction sites than in road accidents. Yet it is possible to minimise accidents with the use of safe equipment and by taking effective steps based on actual experience.


2.Emergency Device

JD Neuhaus recently introduced an emergency lowering device for its EH range of air-operated monorail hoists, which supplements an existing, fail-safe disc brake that is activated in the event of a mains power failure, ensuring that suspended loads are held safely and securely.


3.Rising High

Jaypee launches suspended platform hoists with anti-tilting safety lock models for rope breakage, advanced electrical control systems and high quality steel wire rope.


4.Alimak Hek's hoists to pace up London tower's construction

For 'The Tower' in London, UK, Alimak Hek is providing construction hoists, which is set to be one of the tallest residential buildings in Europe. The hoists, including a 5,500 kg Scando unit, have been supplied to contracting and development company Brookfield Multiplex Europé. Included are two Alimak Scando 650 FC-S 100m/min high-speed construction hoists, designed to speed up construction time and save costs.


5.We have a strategy plan and the Sparsh Customer meet is an outcome of the same

Among leaders of manufacturing construction equipment in India, Spartan has been a pioneer in bringing in multi-functionality in passenger and material hoists.


6.Aiming high

Shreejesh Mohan, CEO, Stros-Esquire Elevators and Hoists Pvt Ltd, has been associated with the company for three-and-a-half-years and has a total industry experience of 16 years.


7.Tower cranes for India’s tall buildings

Crane and hoists are essential for the vertical transportation in a high-rise building. While hoists are generally used for manpower transportation, cranes are used to transport major materials such as steel, etc, and sometimes for shuttering.


8.Through the IPO, we intend to raise about Rs.400 crore

Order book and utilisation plans: Our order book and the new orders that we receive have a significant effect on our future revenue. The company's order book as on January 31, 2017, was approximately Rs 4,049 crore. This includes commercial, residential and institutional buildings.


9.Our current development plan is for 20 acre

Textile major Raymond has announced its entry into the real-estate sector with Raymond Realty...