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 Hammer of six ton capacity and two more two ton capacity Massey make Hammers, were installed by March 1985. Both six ton Hammers are completely booked with orders from Bharat Gears, four cylinder Crankshaft for Mahindra, two cylinder Crankshafts for Diesel Engine, Tractor and Farm Equipment, Ashok Leyland and Defence establishments. The installed capacity of the company today is 18,000 metric tons per annum and capacity utilisation is running at 80 per cent. For TELCO's, their light commercial vehicles the company has now developed more than 32 components, all within a yean With an average production of 35.32 M/tons per worker per annum against 8.4 M/tons per worker per annum of national average production, the company enjoys high credibility in the forging industry. The number one forge shop in the country averages a production of 21.6 M/tons per worker per annum and the number two forge shop averages 26.4 M/ton per worker per annum, against the company's 35.32 M/tons per worker per annum. The company's furnace oil and electricity consumption and salary and wages, which are the major items of cost in the forging industry, works out to 4.5 per cent and 3 per cent respectively, against 11.45 per cent and 9.7 per cent in the number one forge shop. The die-life in a forge shop for each component generally, averages 3,000 to 6,000 pieces, whereas in the company's case the die-life is 10,000 to 20,000 and is the main factor responsible for the company's high productivity and low cost of production.

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