Kelley expands into India

Kelley recently announced the launch of Kelley Material Handling Equipment India Pvt. Ltd, a 100% wholly owned subsidiary of 4Front Engineered Solutions, Dallas, Texas.

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Kelley recently announced the launch of Kelley Material Handling Equipment India Pvt. Ltd, a 100% wholly owned subsidiary of 4Front Engineered Solutions, Dallas, Texas.

Founded in the United States in 1953 with the invention of the world’s first counterbalanced dock leveler, Kelley’s innovation has become the worldwide industry standard in dock equipment servicing the manufacturing, warehousing, retail and logistic industries for nearly 60 years.  “India is a hub for engineering excellence and industrial infrastructural growth,” said Vice President, Sales and Marketing,  4Front Engineered Solutions, Steve Sprunger.  “So we are confident the introduction of Kelley India will undoubtedly be a step in the right direction towards
growing our global presence in that region,” he added.

Serving such a wide range of companies with diverse facilities, operations and applications has allowed Kelley to engineer products to suit these needs over its long-standing history.  With more than 150 patents and seven state-ofthe-art manufacturing plants across the world, the endless range of products includes:
• Hydraulic, Air-Powered and Mechanical
• HVLS (High Volume Low Speed) Industrial / Warehouse Fans – 8 feet to 24 feet diameter covering 4,000 sq. ft. to 20,000 sq. ft. area
• Fully Impactable Dock Doors
• Vehicle Restraints
• Integrated Control Systems
• Dock Seals and Shelters
• Dock Lifts and Lift Tables

“We are excited to bring these best-in-class products and solutions to companies in India,” said Piush Goyal, Managing Director, Kelley India.  “They are designed and manufactured to enhance key operation requirements and parameters that are becoming more and more prevalent in the Indian marketplace,” he mentioned. 

With manufacturer’s representatives offices located in Gurgaon, Pune and Haryana, Kelley India provides a comprehensive catalog of dock solutions and large industrial fans (HVLS).  Currently, some of their customer base includes M/s Tetrapak (Pune), Wal-Mart (Banur, Bangalore), AO Smith (Bangalore), MJ Logistics (Palwal) and Semco (Pune).


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