Salsan Steels Enters Into Kashmir Market  

Hold dealers meet; offer best prices

Srinagar: Salsan Steels officially launched its brand Prabal TMT on Sunday here at a local hotel in Srinagar.

According to a press release issued by the Company states, the Salsan Steels management is proudly announcing its official footprint in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir by offering various products and state of the art manufacturing unit in Jammu.

Director Salsan Steels Baldev Singh Kang who presided the dealers meet said, we are one of the fast growing steel manufacturers in the country, Salsan Steels automatic industrial unit equipped with state-of-the-art technology designed to manufacture high strength TMT (thermo mechanically treated) bars under the brand name “ATLAS TMT” We are located in Gagret, Himachal Pradesh and have units designed to roll out a production capacity of 96000 metric tonnes per annum.

“We make TMT Bars Conforming To ISO:1786 in sizes 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm, 20mm, 25mm, 28mm, 32mm And 36mm in grades FE-415, FE-500 And FE-550,”  Baldev added.

Dhiren Tripathi who heads the marketing division on the occasion told dealers how Prabal TMT is different from other competitive brands available in market and how Prabal TMT produces through German quality rolling that assures quality product.

Dealers from all over the Valley appreciated Prabal TMT quality and the company’s endeavor for Jammu and Kashmir.

The event was attended by Dhiren Tripathi, General Manager Marketing, Gurwinder Singh Bajwa, Karan Kang , Nakshtra Kang among other representatives from the company along with dealers from the Valley.

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