UIP establishes subsidiary in India 19 April 2016

In October 2015 UIP GmbH & Co KG established a subsidiary in India. Vikram Lyer, managing director at UIP India, and his team commenced their operational activities in Vadodara, 400km north of Mumbai. From there, they are supporting clients on the Indian subcontinent.

UIP India’s first decision was to appear at the Zak doors & windows exhibition in Mumbai in December 2015. The fair is dedicated to windows, doors, glass, facade systems and accessories, aluminium, insulation materials and manufacturing technologies.

“The fair was the ideal place for us to meet architects, builders, developers and contractors. We had the chance to build networks and get detailed and comprehensive information about the latest trends and products in the industry. Plus, it was a great opportunity to communicate with the main players in the sector,” mentions Vikram Iyer.
Vikram continues: “With our products we offer a professional solution for any fastening requirement and any substrate. The products are innovative, reliable and match the highest quality standards. They are a result of our continuous innovation as well as research and development, which is why we are able to constantly create new and efficient solutions for our customers.”
UIP India has a vast range of fasteners that are divided into various brands, including chemical anchors, mechanical anchors, universal screws, nylon plugs, cladding anchors (special undercut anchors that can also be used for very thin claddings) and other interesting products for a myriad of applications.
“Our chemical anchors use innovative chemical injection technology to fasten heavy loads in concrete, masonry and natural stone,” explains Vikram. “Our mechanical anchors are simply outstanding – especially for fastening heavy loads in concrete. In addition, our universal fasteners come with first class technology for fixing light, medium and heavy loads in aerated concrete, concrete, masonry and wood.”



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