Swastik Tungsten Pvt Ltd increases manufacturing capacity of tungsten powder

October 7, 2013

Swastik Tungsten Pvt Ltd has recently increased its manufacturing capacity for tungsten metal powder at its facility in Shrirampur, Maharashtra, India, some 130 km from Mumbai. The company states that it has installed a modern state of the art tungsten metal powder manufacturing unit at the site, with a monthly capacity of 22 mt.


Swastik Tungsten Pvt Ltd,  located in Shrirampur,

Maharashtra, India, has increased production of

tungsten metal powder

Swastik Tungsten was established in 2000 and supplies tungsten metal powder and other non-ferrous metal powders to the domestic and international markets.

“We have a team of advanced professionals who are committed towards bringing innovation in terms of the features of the products. Our professionals adopt a committed approach towards excellence,” states the company.  

“We are equipped with advanced testing equipment to ensure that the products are properly checked for specific qualities. We have our own laboratory to test the products and ensure that the clients get the best.”

Swastik Tungsten’s Managing Director, Ajit Arbatti, also announced plans to set up a sintered carbide MIM plant to further diversify the company’s activities.


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