“We have three manufacturing units in Ahmedabad, Mumbai and Pune. The three units cumulatively produce around 2,500 valve units a month. We are working on plans to establish a much bigger and centralised unit in Ahmedabad. The unit will be equipped with the latest machinery and technology to ensure minimum turnaround time and the highest levels of quality controls,” said Abdulraziq Pathan, President of Torq Valves.
Since its very beginning, Torq Valves has given utmost priority to quality and has made every effort to ensure that its products meet and surpass all international standards. It sources raw materials only from the most reputable sources to ensure the highest quality. Its commitment to quality has allowed Torq Valves to establish a strong presence not only in the Indian market, but also in countries like The United Kingdom, Turkey, The United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Iraq, and several East African nations. The company is confident of catering to other international markets once the new unit comes up in Ahmedabad.
The team of technocrats at Torq Valves plays a crucial role in helping the company stay ahead of the change in the valve industry and cater to evolving needs of clients. The company caters to customers in steel, aluminium, chemical, pharma, fertiliser, oil & gas, manufacturing, power, petrochemicals, electronics, water treatment, food processing, paper, sugar, consumer products and several other industries. Its extensive product portfolio makes it a one-stop shop for all industrial valve needs, with consistency in quality, efficacy, and market analysis. Some of Torq Valves’ marquee clients include ONGC, Aditya Birla Group, Adani Wilmar, JSW Steel, Jay Chemicals, Meghmani Organics, etc.