Godrej Material Handling’s Chandigarh branch plays a pivotal role in the company’s North region, contributing 6-7 percent to the total Material Handling Equipment (MHE) business. Overall, the North region constitutes a robust 26 percent of Godrej & Boyce’s business.
The recently inaugurated dealership in Ludhiana, represented by partner Viren Engineers, aligns with the city’s emergence as a hub for warehousing facilities.
With North India attracting investments in diverse sectors, including food processing, auto-ancillaries, pharmaceuticals, and renewable energy, Godrej Material Handling collaborates with companies like Tata Steel and Jindal Steel, offering indigenous intralogistics solutions. The strategic shift to electric forklifts has further propelled demand in the northern region, where Godrej now commands over 60 percent market share among domestic manufacturers.
Anil Lingayat, Executive Vice President & Business Head, Godrej Material Handling, emphasizes the company’s commitment to the evolving dynamics of North India. Lingayat highlights their dedication to providing innovative and sustainable solutions amid the region’s growing focus on e-commerce and retail warehousing.
The company’s success is not solely attributed to quality products but also its unwavering commitment to after-sales support, extending its local presence to Ludhiana, Baddi, Jammu, and soon, Srinagar.
Godrej Material Handling’s dedication to North India’s industrial growth positions the region as a key player in India’s manufacturing sector. With a comprehensive range of advanced material handling products, Godrej & Boyce continues to integrate global technology for the benefit of Indian customers.