NewZNew (Chandigarh) : Country’s fastest growing TMT brand Kay2 Steel has decided to scale up its operations in North India’s key markets ie Punjab and Haryana. The youngest TMT player in this industry is riding swiftly on two tier expansion model. Besides, setting up TMT bar manufacturing facilities under joint franchise model, Kay2 is significantly increasing its network to reach out at every nook and corner of Punjab and Haryana.
Mr Agarwal told, the vertical real estate growth, especially in Modern Punjab including cities like Amritsar, New Chandigarh, Mohali, Patiala, Zirakpur, Kharad and Ludhiana etc have paved way for TMT player like us to go full throttle.To achieve this target we are going ahead with a plan to further strengthen the existing channel partner’s network with best possible sales support and side by side we are opening up new territories to offer our products to unrepresented areas.”
Kay2 Steel is already having a manufacturing facilities in Punjab; however, due to the increase in demand for TMT in this belt, company is mulling the option to go for capacity expansion very soon. The exiting combined production capacity of Kay2 steel is 6 lakhs MTPA and Kay2 has plans to double up its manufacturing capacity in next 2 years
Sharing the product line of Kay2Steel, Mr Agarwal told that Kay2 has introduced some of the most advanced innovations in steel segment. The product line Kay2 Fe-415, Fe-500 and Fe 500D TMT bars are being made as per the international standards and most preferred choice at every construction site. In case of earthquake these two technologies is very useful which is why Fe-415, Fe-500 and Fe 500D are earthquake resistant as well”
He further told that every product of Kay2 is tested under extreme weather conditions before it reaches to the market so each and every product comes with anti-water borne damage quality, corrosion free, rust free and durability. Since these TMT bars are used as support pillars for all construction, all engineers recommend Kay2 to create a strong base to set the building upon.