Facilities

Sakthi Ferro Alloys is not just another neighbor organization dealing with ferrous and non-ferrous scrap industry landscape. We are a committed team of professionals fortified with three decades of strong expertise and rich experience, striving to contribute growth to society fulfilling the scrap requirements of customers as we are
“DREAMING BIG” and “REALISING THOSE DREAMS AS WELL.”

This is the sole reason behind Sakthi Ferro Alloys remarkable success and the company has successfully expanded its horizon to operate the below facilities.
AT 102, SUMANTHRAMBEDU VILLAGE, NEAR HYUNDAI MOTORS

In Tamil Nadu, Kanchipuram District, near Hyundai Motors car company, at Sumanthrambedu Village, Sakthi Ferro Alloys is having own stock yard in fifteen acres land, in which ten acres land is developed with covered shed and entire concrete flooring and another five acres land is under development.

One Weigh Bridge, Thirty hydraulic bundling machines, Ten cutting machines, 250 HP Electrical Power connection in three places, Two 300 KVA generators are operating in this yard.

New shed size of 90m x 60m with 20 ton EOT crane and two 10 ton cranes.
AT 53A, SIDCO INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, AMBATTUR, CHENNAI 600 058.

AT COIMBATORE
We are operating Godown and Branch office in Coimbatore. Marketing and Administrative Staffs are working in Coimbatore to take care of the activities.

AT BANGALORE
We own 3.5 acre STOCKYARD in BIDADI near Toyota car company Bangalore, Karnatka State. Experienced professionals including manager and other administrative staffs are working at this facility to ensure smooth trading activity.
Apart from this, another stock yard is located in Peenya Industrial Estate, Bangalore to collect and distribute the local scrap to various needy industries.

AT ORAGADAM NEAR SRIPERUMBUDUR
There is another 6 acres land in Oragadam village near Sriperumbudur, Kanchipuram District, Tamil Nadu is being developed for Scrap yard with full automatic handling system, overhead crane, higher capacity bundling machine, etc. to handle scrap in large quantities so as to handle bulk volume requirements on time.