Goindwal Sahib is a historic and revered town founded by the third Sikh Guru, Guru Amar Das in 1546 AD, situated on the erstwhile Sher Shah Suri Marg running from Kolkata to Peshawar. In the year 1979, to commemorate the 5th Centenary Celebrations of Guru Amar Das, the Central Government decided to set up the first nucleus industrial town at Goindwal Sahib.
In line with the policy declared by Government of India in July 1980, for the development of nucleus industrial towns, BHEL management took decision to also establish industrial valves manufacturing plant at Goindwal with the initial capital investment of Rs.3 crore and now expanding its operation to achieve higher turnover and meet organisational targets.
The present manufacturing range of valves at Industrial Valves Plant, Goindwal covers the following valves with different material specifications from carbon steel to stainless steel with a variety of special features like motorized/geared operation, limit switch arrangement, indicator arrangement, lock/chain-wheel and others as choiced by customer.
Industrial Valves Plant (IVP) Goindwal has established systems befitting to being a Navratnacompany and has been accredited with ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS 18001 Certifications and CE marking for compliance to EU safety norms.
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