Bharat Wire Supports An Atmanirbhar Bharat And Make In India

Press Release : July 02, 2020
Bharat Wire Supports An Atmanirbhar Bharat And Make In India

Bharat Wire Supports An Atmanirbhar Bharat And Make In India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced the concept of an ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’ that is dedicated to making India more self-reliant in the post-COVID world. The concept behind it is to strengthen India’s cottage and home industries, small and medium enterprises, and other industries. A new Atmanirbhar India is envisioned to be built on five pillars: economy, infrastructure, a system driven by technology and forward-looking policies, demography, and economic demand.

Bharat Wire is taking crucial steps to promote the idea of Make in India and inspiring others to do so. Bharat Wire Mesh Pvt. Ltd is a leading manufacturer of iron and steel wire products like welded wire mesh, woven wire mesh, wire crate, portable gabion system, modular gabion system, compact gabion system, etc. Their products are manufactured in Jammu and Kashmir, and these different types of wire mesh are supplied all over India. They have been sharing their expertise with the industries like Construction, Indian Railways, Indian Defence, Flood Control Authorities, and other Civil Engineering Sectors.

They have been taking initiatives since 2014 to promote Make in India as their goal is to provide the highest quality of products that will help them set an industry benchmark and thus, develop innovative ideas at a low cost so that they can contribute to improving the quality of life of individuals. Being market leaders, they are conscious of the environmental impact of their operating activities and the quality of their solutions. Their mission is to take good care of the priceless wealth that is Water, Earth, and Air. Their commitment to excellence is absolute and is highly appreciated and recognized by our customers.

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