Beginning of the 3-day workshop on Mod-Smith projects in the city


Mod-Smith Projects Private Limited, a strategic business unit of the Magnate Group has launched a three-day workshop and training for CNC and plasma machines in the state of Jammu and Kashmir with the aim of introducing the new technology in the field of business.
Meekail Ahmad, Managing Director, said: “Since the establishment of the new industrial policy of the government of Jammu and Kashmir and with the new wave of normalcy in the valley, we are proposing three new companies in the valley, the one of them being the MOD-SMITH PVT LTD PROJECT ”.
“The three-day training program started from today and will end on December 28, 2021 at Nowgam Bypass, Srinagar with the aim of introducing the full knowledge and experience of the team of experts to ‘professional engineers with the customer and valley customers of CNC and plasma machines to understand them with all kinds of demonstrations to make them aware of new technologies,’ he said.
Meekail Ahmad further said that wood technology and mechanical engineering students from Kashmir Govt Polytechnic joined to see the new technology and an interactive session was held with site engineers who joined the event from Delhi and Jaipur and ten engineers offered free service to ten different locations and comprehensive training to customers on site.
“Currently, the new company deals with machines related to wood, heavy metals, stone, marble and acrylic,” he said and added that the new era is looking for intelligent air-operated machines. and that businessmen usually buy them in other states and end up facing problems with maintenance and spare parts.
He added that the owners of such machines end up paying large sums to procure these spares or to house engineers from outside our valley to fix these issues, which can be a very inconvenient and taxing process. .
“With these issues in mind, at Mod-Smith we have taken the initiative to maintain an inventory of these machines and parts for sale. We are also in conversation with many financial institutions to provide hassle-free financing for young entrepreneurs, which will help them to set up their own business unit in the valley, ”said Meekail Ahmad.
He said the group is opening a service center and workshop, and also training a dedicated team of engineers to help and keep businesses running smoothly.
“In the first phase of our launch, we launched a free three-day service and training program for people who already own CNC, plasma and CO2 cutting machines.


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