Ser­gio Con­stantino from Pana­sonic

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In­creas­ing use of plas­tics in the au­to­mo­bile seg­ment has re­sulted in the pro­duc­tion of more fuel ef­fi­cient ve­hi­cles. Higher the use of plas­tics, lower the ve­hi­cle weight and fuel us­age. Flex­i­bil­ity in com­po­nent in­te­gra­tion, safety, re­cy­cla­bil­ity, econ­omy, longer ve­hi­cle life, min­i­mal cor­ro­sion,are few ad­van­tages that can­not be missed. With am­pli­fy­ing de­mand for the cre­ation of more fuel ef­fi­cient ve­hi­cles, de­mand for plas­tics has only gone up. Here is a one-stop shop for cus­tom­ized plas­tic prod­ucts for the au­to­mo­bile in­dus­try. Ra­nee Poly­mers (P) Ltd! The ISO 14001 and TS 16949 cer­ti­fied Mane­sar based firm has been cater­ing to the au­to­mo­bile in­dus­try with path break­ing con­cepts in in­jec­tion and blow mould­ing­so­lu­tions for 27 years now. “We are deemed one of the best in our seg­ment on qual­ity pa­ram­e­ters. Our USP is our abil­ity to man­age the en­tire man­u­fac­tur­ing chain of prod­ucts, right from con­cept to

pro­duc­tion tool­ing with a high de­gree of pre­ci­sion and per­fec­tion,” says the charis­matic Mr. Ab­hishek Jain, Ex­ec­u­tive Direc­tor. Many multi-crore com­pa­nies that have carved dis­tinc­tive niches in their re­spec­tive in­dus­try seg­ments in a fiercely com­pet­i­tive sce­nario have started from de­cent be­gin­nings. The suc­cess saga of Ra­nee Poly­mers (P) Ltd. is no dif­fer­ent. What wit­nessed nais­sance in 1990 in­volv­ing a pal­try in­vest­ment of Rs. 50 lakh saw the firm grow by leaps and bounds to be a 50crore com­pany to­day.

Prod­uct Cat­e­gories

• In­jec­tion Mould­ing Prod­ucts • Blow Mould­ing Prod­ucts All prod­ucts are char­ac­ter­ized by ex­cel­lent per­for­mance, dura­bil­ity, sturdy con­struc­tion, di­men­sional ac­cu­racy, op­ti­mum func­tion­al­ity, and more fea­tures. Ra­nee Poly­mers started their mar­ket jour­ney start­ing with Hero and Maruti as their clients. To­day, they serve many small and big au­to­mo­bile com­pa­nies in­clud­ing Subros (for Maruti prod­ucts), Honda Mo­tor­cy­cles&Scoot­ers In­dia , Honda Cars In­dia , Denso In­dia Ltd., In­dia Yamaha Mo­tors, and the list goes on. The firm has re­tained max­i­mum of their clients since in­cep­tion. “We reg­u­larly in­ter­act with our clients, un­der­stand­ing their ex­act re­quire­ments. This helps us de­liver flaw­less prod­ucts. We fol­low all na­tional and in­ter­na­tional norms and stan­dards dur­ing the pro­duc­tion process and en­sure that no com­pro­mises are made on qual­ity and fea­tures,” says a fac­tory em­ployee. An ad­vanced in­fras­truc­tural fa­cil­ity is the back­bone for a man­u­fac­tur­ing or­ga­ni­za­tion. Ra­nee Poly­mers’ sta­teof-the-art man­u­fac­tur­ing unit is spread over an area of 1,50,000sqft. The unit is equipped with high-tech ma­chines and tools. Few equip­ments worth men­tion­ing are ul­tra­sonic weld­ing, hot plate weld­ing, chillers, pres­sure drop ma­chine for test­ing air fil­ters, mould tem­per­a­ture con­trollers, in­jec­tion mould­ing ma­chines up to 1000 tonnes, blow mould­ing ma­chines up to 200 litres, CNC ma­chines, CATIA V-5, and more. A qual­ity con­trol depart­ment backed by ex­perts fa­cil­i­tates qual­ity in­spec­tion of ev­ery prod­uct at ev­ery stage, right from raw ma­te­rial pro­cure­ment to fi­nal pro­duc­tion. This en­sures that there is no scope for griev­ance from the clients’ end.


• One stop-shop for cus­tom­ized in­jec­tion and blow mould­ing

• Cus­tomiza­tion of de­signs ac­cord­ing to client re­quire­ments

• Strict ad­her­ence to qual­ity stan­dards

• State-of-the-art man­u­fac­tur­ing unit spread over an area of 1,50,000sqft.

• Eco-friendly fac­tory site; so­lar power pan­els in­stalled in fac­tory

• Elec­tric In­jec­tion Mold­ing ma­chines from Ja­pan; re­quire no oil or water

• 80% uti­liza­tion of pro­duc­tion ca­pac­ity

• 100% com­mit­ment to cus­tomer sat­is­fac­tion

• Timely de­liv­ery of ev­ery order

• Max­i­mum re­ten­tion of staff and clients. Ra­nee Poly­mers is backed by team strength of 230 em­ploy­ees, com­pris­ing of 40% per­ma­nent and 60% con­trac­tual. Over the years, the firm has re­tained 90% of their clients, thus earn­ing a name as one of the most re­spected com­pa­nies in their in­dus­try sec­tor. They are im­parted reg­u­lar train­ing to stay up­dated with the chang­ing trends and dy­nam­ics. They en­joy a plethora of ben­e­fits and fa­cil­i­ties in­clud­ing med­i­ca­tion and food within the fac­tory premises.

As part of cor­po­rate so­cial re­spon­si­bil­ity, Ra­nee Poly­mers is in­volved in the fol­low­ing ac­tiv­i­ties:

• Fa­cil­i­tates ed­u­ca­tion of the un­der­priv­i­leged

• Cre­ated a plat­form to en­cour­age dance and mu­sic

• Skill de­vel­op­ment of chil­dren

• Free e-train­ing; 300 peo­ple trained till date

• Jain An­glo San­skrit School, started by the an­ces­tors; now re­named to Hi­ralal-School for ed­u­ca­tion of the back­ward. “We are all geared up to di­ver­sify into com­plete plas­tic so­lu­tions. By 2020, we look for­ward to­wards gen­er­at­ing a turnover of Rs. 200 crore,” says Mr. Ra­jiv Jain. The dy­namic en­tre­pre­neur owes the suc­cess of the firm to cus­tomers, “They trust us and guide us at ev­ery step. What we are to­day is be­cause of them. Be­sides, team­work and man­age­ment have also been in­stru­men­tal in pro­pel­ling our growth.” When asked about the def­i­ni­tion of suc­cess, as ev­i­dent from his firm, he says, “Dis­ci­pline is the key to suc­cess. One should have a clear ob­jec­tive and goal in life and should move metic­u­lously to­wards it. Real en­trepreneurs work hard and aren’t de­pen­dent on oth­ers. It is also im­por­tant to speak up on the right fo­rums.” Ra­nee Poly­mers’ goal of fa­cil­i­tat­ing au­to­mo­bile com­pa­nies cre­ate safe, com­fort­able, fuel ef­fi­cient, and world class ve­hi­cles con­tin­ues unabated!

Ab­hishek Jain Ex­ec­u­tive Direc­tor Ra­nee Poly­mers Pvt. Ltd was con­ferred the award by Chaud­hary Biren­der Singh

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