simplex   Simplex Engineering & Foundry Works  
Company | Profile

Simplex Engineering & Foundry Works is an ISO 9001:2015 company with four manufacturing units engaged in manufacturing equipments and spares for core industrial sectors like Steel, Railways, Power (Thermal, Hydel and Wind), Mining, Cement, Material Handling, Hydrocarbons, Defence, Sugar, Road making and Construction. Simplex provides complete range of services to heavy industry: Concept to Detail Design, Manufacturing, Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance.

Centrally located in India, in the industrial town of Bhilai in Chhattisgarh, Simplex is well connected through Road and Rail network to all parts of the country. In addition to its manufacturing facilities, Simplex has an effective network of marketing offices and representatives to cater to the requirements of a wide cross section of clients in India and abroad.

Company | Expansion Plans


In addition to its 3 manufacturing existing units, Simplex is presently in the process of developing a fourth unit with full facilities for fabrication, machining and equipment building.

A Heavy H-Beam Line is under installation which will start production from September 2009 with a capacity of 2000 Tons per month. A CNC Drilling Machine is also under planning for Heavy Structures. With these addition/modernising, the company has developed a capability and competence to manufacture 6000Ton of structures and equipment/month.
Company | Highlights and Achievements
  • The first Indian company to export steel plant equipments to Russia.
  • First Indian company to enter into technical tie-up with Tyazhprom Export (TPE), Russia for executing Turnkey Projects in India.
  • First Indian Company to commission Slag Granulation Plant on Turnkey for Blast Furnace of SAIL Bhilai and SAIL Bokaro Steel Plants.
  • First Indian company to bring Japanese Technology of Sinter making in India. Executed complete Sinter Plant - III of SAIL Bhilai Steel Plant on Turnkey contract basis in consortium with Mitsui/Kawasaki & Hitachi Zosen of Japan.
  • Developed critical castings of SG Iron Pallets for Sinter Plants.
Company | History

Simplex was founded by Late Shri Bhanji Monji Shah in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh in 1941, as a unit manufacturing Agricultural Implements, Steel Structure & Castings.

In the 1950’s, with the decision of Government of India to construct India’s first One Million Ton capacity Public Sector Steel Plant at Bhilai, Simplex moved to Bhilai to be closely associated with the building of the Steel Plant at Bhilai.

Simplex continued to be associated with the operation and expansion of and other SAIL Plants by way of manufacture and supply of critical spares including import substitution activities, components & equipments.

The 1970's saw Simplex not only consolidating  itself in the domestic Steel sector, but also making its presence felt in the international market with its products. The company started exporting its products to quality conscious technologically advanced markets of Japan, USA, CIS Countries, Australia, Egypt, Germany and France etc.

In the 1980's Simplex started working on the execution of Turnkey Contracts with international associates. This period also saw the Company entering into a host of collaborations with world leaders in diverse fields from countries like Germany, France and United Kingdom, etc.

The 1990's saw Simplex diversifying from primarily Steel Sector work to Railways, Mining, Power, Hydrocarbons, etc.

During the 2000's, Simplex continued executing Turnkey contracts and developing various products for the areas it had already diversified into. Additionally, Simplex enhanced its manufacturing capacity by adding large sophisticated imported machine tools including CNC machines to meet the high quality norms of its rapidly growing foreign customer base.

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Simplex Engineering & Foundry Works. 65, Industrial Estate, Bhilai 490026, CG, India. T 91.788.2283054/55/56 F 91.788.2283058/59. E