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|Public company (BSE & NSE)|
|Founded||1961 by Dr. Nilkanthrao A. Kalyani|
|Headquarters||Pune, Maharashtra, India|
|Baba Kalyani, Chairman|
|Products||Front axle assembly & components, general engineering equipment, hydraulic & mechanical presses, bandsaw machines for cutting metallic rounds, couplings and material handling equipment|
|Revenue||₹74,846.5 million (US$1.0 billion) (2015)|
Bharat Forge Limited (BFL) is a Pune-based Indian multinational company involved in automotives, power, oil & gas, construction & mining, locomotive, marine and aerospace industries.
The company has now entered into the defence sector and is moving from being a components manufacturer to a complete product maker.
The company was founded by Dr. Nilkanthrao A. Kalyani, in 1961. The current chairman of the company is his son, Baba Kalyani. It is part of the Kalyani Group, which is a US$2.5 billion conglomerate with a 10,000 personnel strength global work force. Amit Kalyani, Baba Kalyani's son, is the Executive Director of the company.
Bharat Forge has signed a joint venture with France-based power generation company Alstom for turbines and generators. Alstom holds 51% of the shares and Bharat Forge 49% in the joint venture. Alstom Bharat Forge Power Ltd has started its manufacturing facility at Sanand in Gujarat.
In 2015, Bharat Forge had total sales of over US$ 1.3 billion and a market capitalisation of over US$4.5 billion. It was rated as one of the best companies in Asia by Forbes magazine because of its high growth rate.
Currently Bharat Forge has manufacturing operations in four locations:
- Mundhwa: forging and machining facility spread across 100 acres; the largest forging facility in the world
- Satara: general engineering division
- Baramati: forging and machining facility, known for its ring rolling presses
- Chakan: machining facility
BFL's products include front axle beams, steering knuckles, connecting rods and crankshafts. As part of its risk mitigation efforts, BFL diversified into a variety of industrial sectors including oil & gas, infrastructure, and marine. It is aiming to double its revenues by 2020 and is one of the stocks in the Bombay Stock Exchange. Some of BFL's largest customers include Daimler Group, VW Group, Meritor and Dana etc. with extensive collaboration with major truck manufacturers.
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