Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Manufacturing

Manu Yantralaya (P) Ltd. was established in 1988 at Jaipur to manufacture ball bearing cages & dust shields for bearing and auto industry. We have grown from a single small factory then to 3 manufacturing units at Jaipur spanning over 10,000 sq. meters. We are going to start a new production facility at Mahindra World City – The Special Economic Zone (SEZ) at Jaipur in 2016, with a production area of 8,000 sq. meters. In our drive towards sustainability, we have invested in this plant which is located in Climate Positive Development C40 cities initiative.

We at MANU believe in improvising our work with the developing technology. Currently, we are using advanced ERP systems which are synchronized with mobiles and tablets which make the work easy for employees. With these kinds of activities, employees also learn about new technologies.

All our plants work in most energy efficient way and our focus is to work towards giving back to the mother earth by producing stamped parts for bearing and auto industry with least rejection ppm and minimal energy consumption. More than 10% of our energy needs are met through captive solar power plant. All our manufacturing units are TS 16949 certified. Also, MANU has ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 50001 certification (MANU is the 1st ball bearing cage supplier to have this certificate in the world).

Tool Room

Tool room is a place where tools are stored, or in a factory line where tools are made and repaired for use throughout the rest of the factory.

Our state-of-the-art tool room is equipped with modern EDM machines, Lathes, Drilling Machines and Grinding Machines to produce our dies in-house. The key to MANU’s success in all these years has been the accurate and precise tooling. The constant development of our tool room and the support of our technical collaborators have given our products a place in global market.

The work force is skilled enough to handle complicated designs and bring them to actual use. The goal of tool room is to meet the tool design expectation without creating defects. Tool storage and their life is also monitored and controlled. Tool maintenance of all dies is carried out in-house and continuous efforts are made to increase the same by adoption of latest technology.