Kamdhenu, a building materials solutions company is planning to augment its manufacturing capacity in West Bengal for production of colour coated sheets under the ‘Kamdhenu Colour Max’ brand. The new plant with 12,000 tonne per annum capacity will help the company cater to the growing demand for color coated sheets in the region. Located in Durgapur, the new facility will be company’s second unit in the state.
Speaking on the company’s business plans, Sunil Agarwal, Director, Kamdhenu said, “We are committed to meet the increasing demand for high quality color coated sheets in the East and we are further strengthening our manufacturing capacity in West Bengal and penetrating deeper to reach out to the remote markets of the state.” The new plant will contribute to the development of the local economy by generating direct and indirect employment opportunities in West Bengal.
Designed as per international standards, ‘Kamdhenu Colour Max’ is technologically advanced and also meets customer expectations in terms of affordability. This product is available in different thickness and in four design options – high-rib profile, tile profile, corrugated profile, and clip lock profile.
Kamdhenu Colour Max provides aesthetic solutions for roofing and cladding in residential and industrial projects as these lightweight sheets are easy to install. “To ensure customization as per customers requirement, ‘Kamdhenu Colour Max’ range also offers allied accessories such as rain water system, rain gutter, crimping curve, self-tapping screw, poly carbonate sheets (for natural light in the building),” Mr Agarwal added.
Kamdhenu Colour Max is a pre-painted product offering a wide spectrum of colors. A unique coating on the multiple layers of high-quality steel alloy enables ‘Kamdhenu Colour Max’ to resist cracking and peeling, even during extreme weather conditions and heavy construction operations. This not only makes these sheets completely rust-free and waterproof but also keeps the interior cool in summer and warm in winter creating aninsulating effect, a company statement said.