The sanghvi group has almost 3 decades of experience which is evident in its quality products. Quality being the mainstay of our group, we get the best of raw material that is wheat from Madhya Pradesh, which is known all over India. Just as our quality, we have set uncompromising standards in infrastructure as well. All our plants are equipped with ultra-modern machineries from Buhler AG,Switzerland, the best in flour milling machineries in the world. Today, the Group has reached India’s highest Wheat grinding capacity of 3000 MT per day with 7 manufacturing facilities across India. Our quest for the best is backed by professional staff like technically sound millers, qualified quality control and experienced sales and Purchase team.
After carving a distinct place for itself in the wheat milling segment, the Company decided to foray into Gram Milling. For which a dedicated plant has been established in Dewas. The plant beholds the production capacity of 150 MT of gram grinding and 100 MT of gram flour per day. Keeping pace with the international standards, the plant houses state-of-the-art infrastructure and is well-equipped with technically superior machines by Buhler AG, Switzerland.
Established in the year 1996 with a storage capacity of 12,000 MT the Group forayed into the business of Ice and Cold Storage. Beginning with Potatoes, the company has now extended its services to other food products as well. In the year 2008, the company expanded its operations by setting up a new facility with a storage capacity of 8000 MT, thereby offering a massive storage space. Along with this it also adopted internationally recognized, technically advanced automated refrigeration equipments to facilitate uncompromised and absolutely safe storage for edibles.
As part of its Green initiative, Sanghvi Group ventured into generating electricity through wind power. One of the most clean, indigenous and renewable form of energy for domestic as well as commercial purposes. In their effort to do so, the Group has established windmills in 3 States of India with total generation capacity of 5.3 MW. The electricity generated is used for captive purposes and also sold to the electricity boards of the respective states.