TIL has two factories in Eastern India, located at Kamarhatty (Kolkata) and Changual (Kharagpur) in West Bengal – representing cutting-edge technology in material handling and road building solutions. In areas of design excellence, our dedicated team of engineers and R&D experts work constantly at the R&D center equipped with the latest software and cutting edge technologies to enhance design excellence.
TIL’s Kamarhatty factory started operations in 1962 – the first and only purpose-built Mobile Crane Factory in India. The plant is equipped with fully modern machine shop, fabrication and assembly shop and test bed. The state-of-the-art fabrication shop has automatic welding machines and processes that conform to ISO 3834, AWSD 14.3, etc. Other than TIL’s own indigenous range of products, the facility also manufactures products under technical collaboration with Grove, a part of Manitowoc Group.
TIL’s plant at Kamarhatty, Kolkata, is located approximately 5 km from the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, and about 16 km and 100 km from the maritime ports at Kolkata and Haldia respectively.
The track record of TIL’s Kamarhatty plant shows many “Firsts” in India.
- The First Self Propelled Diesel Electric Crane
- The First Truck Crane
- The First Hydraulic Crane
- The First Rough Terrain Crane
- The First 100 Tonne Crane
The state-of-the-art Changual facility at Kharagpur, West Bengal, rolls out Crushing & Screening products for aggregate and mining applications under licence from Astec Aggregate and Mining Group, a part of Astec Inc. and loaded container handling reach Stackers under licence from Hyster Yale Group. The facility also manufactures other specialized products. The factory is designed and built to facilitate smooth and accelerated flow of materials based on concepts of Demand Flow and Lean Principles, resulting in efficient and safe working condition.
The factory has a built up area of 58000 sq.m with a shop floor area of 21600 sq.m. and is equidistant from the state capital, Kolkata and Jamshedpur and likewise from the two maritime ports at Kolkata and Haldia.