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About Us

Core Team


The company is lead by two young entrepreneurs, Mr Prabhangad Singh and Mr Anand Singh. The core team comprises of two lead partners, and a team of experienced and qualified managerial team to ensure smooth functioning of the business. The team further has a good selection of certified and skilled staff to operate their equipment fleet.

The Managing Partners

Mr Prabhangad Singh – hailing from a business background, he possesses brilliant acumen for business development and process alignment. Mr P Singh went to Cardiff University, Wales, United Kingdom to pursue his graduation in business administration, and also spent a few years in other parts of the world to gain experience in working in large corporate companies.

Mr Anand Singh – starting young in helping out with the running of this business venture, Mr A Singh holds great skills in marketing and client management. His education and belonging to a family of entrepreneurs gives him an edge when it comes to growing the business. Also, his experience working with large manufacturers of equipment is a bonus.

Rent vs Buying

Avoid Initial Purchase Cost
Renting is more cost-effective, as it dispels any concerns about initial purchase cost.
Avoid Maintenance Cost
Why burden your budget- or your conscience- with maintenance costs for the equipment you may or may not use later?
No Depreciation Cost
If you rent instead of buy, you would not have to face the hassle of shifting your budget for depreciation costs.
Get Up To Date Technology
You can get a wide range of the latest technology to choose from.
No Storage Cost
You would not need to make extra room for the equipment you need.
Avoid Long-term Commitment
Rather than adding to your responsibilities by buying equipment, you can focus on committing only to your business.


Control Project Costs
Because renting provides you a wider choice and a more selective approach, cost estimation  and controlling project costs becomes easier.
Flexibility To Support Demand
With a wide range of options to choose from and avoiding buying expenses, renters can enjoy flexibility in supporting demand.
Improve Cash Flow
Getting to rent equipment customized to your demand would help increase cash flow and maintain your budget.
Try Before You Buy
You have complete autonomy over what you rent, as you get to test equipment before making a decision.

Industry Information

How infrastructure is the key to future growth

Not long ago, government estimates said that India needed to invest $100bn (Rs 6.9 lakh crore) each year in the country’s infrastructure. That requirement continues to be on top of the country’s economic agenda even today. There are a lot of industries that depend directly or indirectly on the development of this sector. For this reason, the infrastructure sector is always in the spotlight whenever the topic of growth arises.

Key initiatives for sustainable infrastructure

The Government of India is keen on developing the infrastructure sector in the country. This is clearly evident through the numerous initiatives announced for this sector as part of Budget 2017- 18. A provision of Rs 2.4 lakh crore has been set aside for the transportation sector as a whole. This includes the Indian railways, shipping and roadways. Another landmark initiative by the government was to offer infrastructure status to the affordable housing sector.


India is the largest democracy in the world. But, despite major developmental leaps in recent years, there are a lot of challenges ahead. For instance, the country faces a shortage of around 1.8 crore housing units, according to government data. The government has to complte at least 30 lakh houses per year in order to deliver on the promise of “Housing for all by 2022”. And, now that the affordable housing sector has been granted infrastructure status, we can expect an increase in the number of participants.

Public transport is another major challenge for the government. In the face of rapid urbanization, the existing transportation infrastructure in cities falls woefully short of global standards. Despite being in existence for more than 150 years, the Indian transport system scores poorly in terms of quality, speed or safety.

On average, one person is killed every four minutes on Indian roads due to accidents. The average speed of 54 kmph begs for modernization in Indian railways. Airports haven’t been doing great either. Most airports in cities are struggling with problems such as congestion and shortage of capacity.

Future of infrastructure in India

With this in focus, Nitin Gadkari, the Minister of Road Transport and Highways, announced an investment of Rs 25 lakh crore in infrastructure over the next three years. This includes Rs 5 lakh crore for road, rail and port connectivity projects.

An increase in government spending may partly address infrastructure concerns. But, in order to realize the true potential of growth, an increase in Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) is necessary. While PPPs have existed for a long time, they have failed to take off in a big way due to various problems.

With a greater space for initiatives such as ‘Make in India’, we can expect to find an increase in the number of private players in this sector. Initiatives are being taken to bring together senior functionaries in the government and the corporate sector. Events like The Economic Times India Infra Summit (ETIIS) 2017 aim to find meaningful solutions that will help accelerate the growth of the infrastructure sector.