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Welcome to Krishna Steel Industry
Krishna Steel Industries was established in 2008. One year later, in 2009, the company officially began its operations in the international market through exporting. Within this short period of time, we established ourselves as one of the main competitors in the industry. Our growth and popularity mainly came from our excellent quality services and affordable prices, as compared to other corporations. We have a reputation for delivering orders on time. Our corporation has a large capacity to process numerous orders and meet the daily requirements in the industry. We are further fully equipped in manpower as we have a team of young staff workers ready to meet any demands that may arise. Our team is also vibrant and always looking to improve and invent for your convenience and to change the industry and the world at large for better.Detail
We are one the major Supplier and Manufacturer for all kinds of Harrow Disc Blades in India. Our Notched Disc Blades crush the soil to make them smoother and ready for all sorts of cultivation.
The Harrow Discs that are made by us are uniquely produced to meet international quality of standards. These professionally made discs are also ideal to be used in dry, stumpy, and hard soils no matter the land conditions. Harrow Discs are also obtainable at competitive rates. From this, we were able to be listed in the apex as one of the most prominent Manufacturers, Suppliers, and Exporters of Harrow Discs that's based in India.
We are also one of the most preferred suppliers of all agricultural disc blades sold in the global market. So, we assure you that we'll manufacture any size that range from 3.mm-8mm in thickness and 406.4mm-660.4mm in diameter with superb care and quality.
Vision and Mission
With a goal to initiate an exceptional corporation in agriculture, we have developed into a world class steel company. We plan to achieve a new and comprehensive economic model dedicated to international agriculture. The new model will improve on flaws in other current models to give a clearer picture of the working of the international agriculture markets. It will include the specific risks facing the markets and which lead to the structural volatility of agricultural product prices.