RS Pu­nia,

Di­rec­tor, Ka­mal CED So­lu­tions LLP.

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Blood is thicker than wa­ter they say. And when a busi­ness has the same blood in its top man­age­ment, it re­ally does help mat­ters. This is the core of the run­ning of Ka­mal CED So­lu­tions LLP. Es­tab­lished in 2010 by Mr. R. S. Pu­nia, this com­pany is into pro­vid­ing sur­face fin­ish­ing ser­vices. He is aided and abet­ted in his work by his son Mr. Su­mit Pu­nia (since 2015). The com­pany, at present, has Eight plants, of which five are lo­cated in Mane­sar it­self and other plants are lo­cated at Bhi­wadi, Bawal and Sanand (Gu­jarat) and up­com­ing plants are com­ing up at Ho­sur and Chen­nai loac­tions (Tamil Naidu). CED or Catholic Elec­tro De­posited coat­ings are un­der­taken by this firm along with zinc flake Alu­minum coat­ing, Nickel Chrome plat­ing, Hard Chrome plat­ing, Liq­uid spary paint­ing etc. An ISO 9001 and ISO14001-cer­ti­fied com­pany, it works with the ca­pac­ity of 3000 square me­ters per day of ser­vices. Its av­er­age turnover for 2017-18 was about Rs 50 crore. This fig­ure es­ca­lated from Rs 9 crore in 2010. The rea­son for the good growth, as per Mr. Pu­nia, is “that we make it a point to pro­vide qual­ity ser­vices and timely de­liv­ery. These are also the rea­sons why we have a client re­ten­tion rate of 95%.” Some of the main­stream clients of Ka­mal CED So­lu­tions are Imasen, Ad­vics, and Mark Ex­haust. The OEM cus­tomer line-up for four wheel­ers in­cludes Maruti Suzuki, Honda, Ford, Toy­ota, Nis­san, JCB, and GM. The same, for two wheel­ers, in­cludes Royal En­field, Honda, Hero, and Suzuki. The prime­time cus­tomers for CED coat­ing in­clude Mark Ex­haust Sys­tem Ltd., Fau­re­ci­aAu­to­mo­tives, Jai Bharat Maruti, Ca­paro Maruti, Ten­neco Au­to­mo­tive, Hiten­sile, Hitech& Vic­to­ria, Indo Au­totech, KassAb­hishek, Chas­sis Brakes, etc. Those for liq­uid spray paint­ing

in­clude Lu­max Au­totech, Indo Au­totech Lim­ited; while cus­tomers for Magni in­clude Shivani Locks, Stumpp Schuele and Somapa Pvt. Ltd., Scherdel Per­fect Sprints Pvt. Ltd., Uni­ver­sal Pre­ci­sion Screw, and KSS Ab­hishek. In ad­di­tion, this ros­ter for nickel chrome in­cludes Nip­man Fas­ten­ers, Daikin Horizen, Hi-Tech, etc. Mr. Pu­nia is care­ful about all the work nu­ances in his com­pany. He goes on to say that “our work does not stop even in case of emer­gen­cies since we have al­ter­na­tive plans and con­tin­gen­cies for a rainy day.” In ad­di­tion, “we are ex­tremely con­scious about pro­tect­ing the en­vi­ron­ment and use eco-friendly prod­ucts in our pro­cesses.” The fully-equipped lab­o­ra­tory for CED has prod­uct test­ing equip­ment like pi­pate, schcrom­e­ter, Ph me­ter, weigh­ing scale, and an oven along with prod­uct test­ing fa­cil­i­ties such as blend test, salt spray tester, im­pact test, hard­ness test, ad­he­sion test, wa­ter re­sis­tance etc. The ba­sic zeal and vi­sion which em­pow­ers the work vibe here is “to en­ter into ex­ports of home dec­o­ra­tive items and to touch the av­er­age turnover mark of Rs 70 crore.” The en­tire score­card of suc­cess of this com­pany goes to “team work, ded­i­ca­tion, and sheer hard work.” Ac­co­lades have also come in for Ka­mal CED So­lu­tions LLP from var­i­ous quar­ters. One such as­sur­ance of good work came from Imasen for be­ing its best sup­plier. Mr. Pu­nia is ex­tremely up­beat about the busi­ness en­vi­ron­ment in In­dia. Says he, “there is no such thing as no op­por­tu­ni­ties in our coun­try; one just needs to be fo­cused and all mat­ters get sim­pli­fied by them­selves.” It is this kind of at­ti­tude which has taken this firm into the ex­clu­sive club of the “top five com­pa­nies in our niche arena.” How­ever, Mr. Pu­nia is not pulling at any stops with such achieve­ments. He and his team con­tinue to garner ac­co­lades with lit­er­ally each pass­ing day. This is the sure sig­nal sig­na­ture tune of a com­pany which re­ally means good busi­ness. And this is what makes the day for any busi­ness en­tity.

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