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Surya’s journey started in 1973 when it set up its steel pipe plant at Bahadurgarh, Haryana(30 kms from Delhi). Today, this plant is one of the largest in Asia, and produces 150000 MT of steel pipes annually.
In 1984, Surya set up its first factory, for lighting products, at Kashipur (in Nainital, UP). And in 1992, it built another factory at Malanpur (near Gwalior, MP). Both these state-of-the-art lighting plants were accorded the ISO 9002 certification in the 1980s at a time when the Indian industry was not familiar with such innovative concepts.
Surya is the only lighting company with 100 per cent backward integration. It manufactures all its components.
Today, Surya is the second largest seller of GLS and FTL in India. It has achieved a strength of over USD 180 million and an international presence in 46 countries.
A record of sorts, Surya Roshni’s turnover graph has always moved upwards over the years