Tata BlueScope ties-up with Arshiya International
Tata BlueScope Building Solutions has tied-up with Arshiya International Ltd to provide the Butler Building Systems for Arshiya’s upcoming warehousing projects in India.
Tata BlueScope Building Solutions has started work on this project and is currently executing six buildings at Panvel covering a total roof area of 6 lakh sq ft. Arshiya plans to erect 19 warehouses and chillers units at Panvel and subsequently intends to erect 40-50 warehouses at Nagpur, Noida & UAE in the next 3 years.
Arshiya International Ltd is coming up with warehouses at Free Trade Warehousing Zone (FTWZ) in Panvel, Nagpur and Noida in India as well as the UAE. As a part of this project, Tata BlueScope Building Solutions will supply state-of-the-art Butler Building Systems for the creation of premium warehouses. Scope of work involves Design, Fabrication and Supply of pre-engineered buildings. The buildings will have Mezzanine floor done with concrete, staircase in RCC as well as peripheral brickwork up to a certain height.
Commenting on the partnership, HG Chandrashekhar, vice president, Tata BlueScope Building Solutions said: “We are proud that Arshiya International Ltd has chosen us as a partner in their endeavor to set up one of the largest PEB project in the warehousing segment. This landmark project, which has warehouse buildings for high-end applications like storing highly sophisticated electronic goods, offers us an opportunity to showcase our state-of-the-art Butler Building Systems.”
He further added: “Despite the volatile market conditions, infrastructure sector, especially the warehouse segment holds a tremendous growth potential. Across the country, customers are looking for innovative solutions for quickly erecting functionally superior yet aesthetic buildings that can cater to the challenging warehousing demands. We, at Tata BlueScope Building Solutions have a single source capability to provide end-to-end innovative PEB solutions and therefore are well-poised to successfully meet the evolving demands of the emerging warehouse markets.”