Ghaziabad Ispat Udyog Limited



Ghaziabad Ispat Udyog Limited is an ISO 9001:2000 certified company, which is among th leading manufacturers of steel in Ghaziabad. The state of Uttar Pradesh makes a considerable amount of progress in economy because of the many upcoming steel companies.

The Ghaziabad Ispat Udyog Limited was founded in 1971, after which the company has managed a sharp rise in terms of success. The products of this steel company finds marketing opportunity both at national level for domestic purpose as well as at the international level. The consistency in the quality output of the Ghaziabad Ispat Udyog Limited has earned the company many a steady clients.

Products of the Ghaziabad Ispat Udyog Limited



  • Steel Flanges
  • Forged Shafts
  • Blinds Flanges & Tube Sheets
  • Forged Rings & Girth flanges


Awards Won by Ghaziabad Ispat Udyog Limited



The company has many an award to its credit for the quality output that they have been providing over the years. Some of these awards include Central Broiler Board award, the award from Export Promotion Council of India, the Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, ISO 9001:2000, Best Vendor Certificate, Best Vendor Trophy, Distinguished Customer by Canara Bank, award from the Dun & Bradsheet Information Services and the Scroll of Honour by the Sethi Group of Companies.



Last Updated on 28 September 2012





     


     

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