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Schuler India, Mumbai & Pune, India

Mailing address

Schuler India Private Limited
401–403 Keshava
Bandra-Kurla Complex
Bandra (East)
Mumbai 400 051
India

Tel: +91 (22) 66 80 03 00
Fax: +91 (22) 66 80 03 99
Contact


Schuler India Private Limited
Unit 204, 2nd Floor
Suyash Classic
74 + 75/2 Baner Road
Baner, Pune - 411045
India

Tel.: +91 (20) 66 23 25 -00 / -01
Contact


Management

Dilip M. Thaker

History

1994 Opening of sales office in Mumbai
Installation of three notching presses at Kirloskar Electrics, Bangalore
1997 Establishment of Schuler India Pvt. Ltd. , a wholly owned Schuler subsidiary
Schuler delivers a mechanical press line to Ford India Pvt. Ltd., Chennai
2004 First multicurve tryout press delivered to Tata Motors, Pune
2008 Installation of the first mechanical high-speed press line with Crossbar Feeder automation at Mahindra Automotive Limited
Order for three blanking lines and eighteen coining presses from the Indian government

Core competencies

Schuler India Private Limited, Mumbai was incorporated in 1997. A wholly owned subsidiary of Schuler Group Germany has wide range of solutions to the needs of engineering companies to offer together with the value added services in the field of Metal Forming. Fully equipped with well qualified and extensively trained engineering and administrative staff to offer you equipment, dies and tooling, and process technology at your door step.

Indian manufacturing companies are under going huge changes due to the integration with the global companies and demand for high productivity and high quality parameters compared to the past. These challenges coupled with reduced manufacturing costs necessitate modern manufacturing practices. Schuler India offers their expertise precisely the whole range of products and services in the field of Metal Forming.

The Schuler Group has been serving the Indian clients for the past over 50 years and have successfully executed projects to the Indian Engineering Industries such as Automobile Industries, Electrical Motor Industries, India Government Mints and white goods industry.