Pune-based Steamlok Engineering, manufacturers of customer friendly steam engineering products today launched the world’s first Zero Leak Float Trap SLFT75, as part of the company’s continuing efforts to bring unique, reliable and easy to maintain products, enabling customers in their drive of energy conservation and cleaner environment. The unveiling took place at the hands of Chief Guest, Mahesh Desai, CEO, Enemtech Capital Inc., USA. at Hotel Pride on 18th September 2019.
Steamlok Engineering is a start up company formed in September 2017 manufacturing steam engineering products. It is a sister company of Steam Equipments, which was established in 2004 by Rasheed Syed, President. “We started with zero capital and today we are proud that in a span of 15 years, we have reached a turnover of about Rs.60 crs”, beams Rasheed Syed. They are leaders in SWAS systems in India.
“Steamlok is fast growing in India and abroad and continues a pattern of consistent growth with innovative quality products and top class customer service and an increasingly loyal and expanding base of satisfied customers”, says Narpendra Singh, CEO.
SLFT75 is the latest addition in the Steamlok range of products which emphasises their commitment to give their customers products that reduce maintenance time. SLFT75 also ensures that customer saves on space and leakage joints.
“Steamlok Ball Float Trap will not just meet, but will also exceed customer expectations on energy conservation and will be a flagship product helping the cause of a cleaner environment for the society. Innovation at its best makes SLFT75 a Zero Steam Leak Trap”, explains Narpendra Singh.
Located at Mhalunge, their workshop is spread across 25,000 sqft. Within a span of 18 months Steamlok has developed close to 50 different products. In the very first year they achieved a turnover of close to Rs.5 crs and an order booking of Rs.9 crs. Their target for the current financial year is a turnover of Rs.18 crs.
They have established a strong customer base, including leading corporate and MNCs, to whom they have been providing world class products and services.