Maini Express: Driven by technology & innovation
Material handling player Maini Materials Movement announced launch of Maini Express - a next generation customer engagement initiative
Established in 1986, Maini Materials Movement (MMM) is a renowned company in material handling, storage and eco-friendly in-campus mobility solutions. It offers a comprehensive range of material handling equipment (MHE) for floor transportation, loading, unloading, stacking, towing and hauling. The range consists of pallet trucks, platform trucks, dock-levellers, lift tables, scissor lifts, stackers, forklifts, tow trucks and industrial tuggers.
MMM operates from a state-of-the-art design and manufacturing facility based in Bengaluru, leveraging best-in-class processes and technology. It has sales and service offices in Chennai, Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Vadodara and Gurgaon in addition to a pan India spread of channel partners.
Maini Materials Movement has a strategic alliance with the NACCO Materials Handling Group (NMHG), USA for the sale of Yale brand of counterbalance fork lift trucks, reach trucks, order pickers, very narrow aisle equipment and the manufacture of the RCF series and MR series in India.
“With Yale as a global partner, we are powered to manufacture European designed forklift trucks and warehouse equipment for the rapidly developing Indian market, at competitive price points,” said SA Mohan, CEO of MMM.
Armes Maini Storage Systems
Maini Material Movement has teamed with Ferretto Group, Italy – an industrial holding group focused on logistics and storage systems to form a joint venture named Armes Maini Storage Systems Pvt Ltd. It is one of the sought after manufacturers of industrial racks and storage systems in India.
Creating partnership across India and abroad
Over the years, MMM has served prominent companies from varied industries and government institutions. Some of its key customers are Ashok Leyland, Bajaj, Ford, Hero Moto Corp, Tata, Infosys, Wipro, Colgate Palmolive, Godrej, ITC, Pepsico, Hindustan Unilever, GE, LG, Samsung, Biocon, Cipla, Kemwell, Bosch, Caterpillar, Future Supply Chain, DB Schenker, TCI, DHL, Blue Dart, Yusen Logistics,Apollo tyres, Exide, Amara Raja, HAL, Indigo, Spice Jet and many more.
Maini Express: Driven by technology and innovation
Maini and Yale have announced the launch of Maini Express - a next generation customer engagement initiative. It is a mobile experience centre showcasing comprehensive material handling and warehousing solutions. Maini Express primarily helps customers choose the right material handling equipment and storage solutions for increased efficiency and productivity at their warehouses and manufacturing facilities.
The campaign was unveiled on 24th August at the Hero MotoCorp’s plant in Gurgaon by Vikram Kasbekar, Head of Operations and Supply Chain, Hero MotoCorp Ltd. and Sandeep Maini, Chairman, Maini Group.
“We hope for increased engagement with the customers through the mobile experience centre and position Maini Materials Movement as a complete solution provider in the material handling space,” said SA Mohan.
Post the launch in Gurgaon, the Mobile Experience Centre is geared up for an all India campaign covering more than 50 cities and 200 industrial hubs to provide an exclusive touch and feel experience of Maini comprehensive material handling and warehousing solutions. The highlight of this initiative is display of electric stacker, electric pallet truck, tow truck, hydraulic hand pallet truck and Yale electric forklift truck. Visitors can avail special spot booking deals too.
In future, MMM plans to introduce new solutions in the market. It plans to venture into comprehensive ground support equipment (GSE) solutions for aviation sector. With the need of transforming our airports to ‘smart’ and ‘green’ ones, these solutions would facilitate airlines and airport operators in achieving higher efficiency and optimum utilisation of resources.
“We would be shortly introducing new Maini Buggy with futuristic and first-of-its-kind features, revolutionising the people movement industry,” adds SA Mohan.
We hope for increased engagement with the customers through the mobile experience centre and position Maini Materials Movement as a complete solution provider in the material handling space.