India’s Sanghvi Forging and Engineering will set up a 15,000-metric-ton/year open-die forging unit (with single-piece forging up to 40 metric tons) in Vadodara. The facility will manufacture forgings such as stepped shafts, bars and hollows, blocks, flanged shafts and gear blanks. These products are currently used in the wind-energy, oil and gas, steel, power, petrochemical and nuclear industries and are generally imported. The project will go on-stream in May 2012. The company, which manufactures standardized and customized products, has an installed capacity of 3,600-metric-tons/year with a single-piece forging up to 4 metric tons in the area of open- and closed-die forging.
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