Group Atul, Started its business operations in 1976 in the name of ATUL COAL TRADERS under the guidance of Mr. Jaswant Rai Gupta. We facilitated consumers by buying coal from Government of India (Ministry of Coal) & supply them to industrial consumers, as & when they needed. To keep business integrated & streamline operations we opened our offices across all important locations in INDIA to source & market the product. Scale & type of consumers changed over a period of time & after gaining significant hold on the market, Company moved in the booming Fine Knit Fabrics Industry to set up a manufacturing plant for Circular knitted fabrics in Year 1996 as ATUL FABRICS.
From Year 1996 to Year 2001, ATUL FABRICS saw an immense growth in fabric business & Production touched a level of 300 MT per month. Our foresight into the ever changing & highly competitive global market led to vertical integration & an important decision was made to venture into high fashion apparel industry in year 2002 & the company ATUL GLOBAL PVT LTD was established with Mr. J R Gupta as MD & chairperson of the company. Since then Company has worked towards making high quality products & gained a significant position as a High fashion Fabric & Garment manufacturer. Today, we are catering to some of the Top most National Apparel brands & Retail chains.
Rising pollution has given rise to the idea of pollution free way of transportation. Electric Vehicle is the way forward for world & sighting the potential of this upcoming industry, Company decided to move into EV tricycle segment under the name of KalpVriksh Electromobiles Co. (KEMC). KEMC has set up a state of the art plant for manufacturing of E-Rickshaw & E-Loaders. KEMC plans to open showrooms through its marketing arm Kamdhenu Automobiles as well as on Franchise/Delaership Model across the length & breadth of INDIA. In addition to this, Company also plans to export EVs to neighbouring countries.
|Brand Name||Dealer Name||City|
|CEO||Mr. Sumeet Gupta|
|Nature of Business||Manufacturer|
|Number of Employee||50 - 100|
|Legal Check||Partnership Firm|
Electric Vehicles are a clean fuel alternate to traditional vehicles. The world today understands that Pollution & Global warming are major problems the world is facing. INDIA has committed itself to Clean & Green Environment in Paris Climate summit. Thus, Indian government has come out with various incentives for end customer to promote Electric vehicles, especially E-Rickshaw & E-Loaders.
Government acknowledges the fact that small size Diesel engine based commercial vehicles are the major cause of pollution as far as the Pollution from automobile industry is concerned. Not only this, Govt aims to bring down its crude oil import bill by reducing dependence on conventional fuel engines & has thus decided to give a major push to Electric vehicles in all segments of automobile industry. Electric Vehicles are here to stay for decades to come & below are the major reasons for the same
KEMC has set up its Electric vehicle manufacturing plant on Budhewal road. Plant is 10 km from Samrala Chowk towards Chandigarh Road.
EV Industry has seen influx of many small players with production capacity of 1-4 pcs a day. In fact it will be wrong to call many of these as manufacturers as they just a very small assembling unit where all parts are put together to create a vehicle. We truly believe that such a set results in lack of quality control & it is injustice the EV industry. We truly believe that an industry can grow in size & become successful when the entrepreneur treats it as an industry & sets up a plant to production in quantity as well as quality.
KEMC has set its plant with state of the art technology. Our Production plant maintains state of the machinery to delivery better quality product with increased precision & accuracy. Below are some of the major highlights of our production plant.
KEMC supports quality management to ensure that products and services meet the requirements of its customers at all times. To achieve this, arrangements have been made within the business to clearly specify the requirements of its customers, lay down procedures and provide facilities to see that those requirements are met and so manage that all its employees "DO IT RIGHT FIRST TIME".