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Karthik Alloys Limited
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Quality that speaks by itself

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About Us Founder
Late Shri. B. Ramachandrappa
1918 - 2003

Leveraging on vast industrial experience of more than two decades, we, Karthik Alloys Limited, have made an invincible stand as a renowned manufacturers, exporters and suppliers of a comprehensive assortment of Special Alloy. These products are manufactured using top grade raw material that makes these perform better without any sort of complexity. Moreover, these products are widely appreciated for their easy handling, minimum maintenance, adaptability and longer functioning life, eventually our market demand is sky rocketing.

To manufacture our product line, we possess world class infrastructure units, which have technologically embellished manufacturing facility. This has helped us in maintaining high production capacity. Further, the designing and production of the products are done under the supervision of knowledgeable quality experts. Besides, we abide by stringent quality control norms and guidelines. Also, our cutting edge technology and dexterous professionals have mutually enables us to meet the diverse requirements of our clients timely and satisfactorily.

Our Growth Path

  • Our prime unit at Goa commenced at a capital outlay of Rs.41.10 millions to produce 5400 Metric Tonnes of Low / Medium Carbon Silico Manganese.
  • The second unit of the group has started its production activities at Kundaim Indl. Estate in the State of Goa during 1995 with a capital outlay of Rs.30.00 million to produce 27,600 metric tonnes of Mild Steel Ingots, which will be used for producing construction steel.
  • The third unit (Second Ferro Alloys unit) of the group was established at Palakkad in the State of Kerala with a capital outlay of Rs.42.30 million to produce 12000 metric tonnes of mild steel ingots.
  • Afterwards the second Ferro Alloys unit of the group was set up at Durgapur (Industrial City) in the state of West Bengal with a capital outlay of Rs.70.00 million to produce 18,000 metric tonnes of Low / Medium Carbon Silico Manganese, which is a well renowned alloy product used for producing Stainless Steel all over the world.