For over three decades, SUMIP Composites Pvt Ltd, has been quietly and brilliantly, causing a positive ripple in the industrial electrical segment. Replacing conventional structural materials in electrical instrumentation with composites, today, SUMIP has set a standard for itself in the marketplace, earning the trust and respect of its clients and competitors for its innovative and eco-friendly solutions.
Born out of its previous identity Shrenik and Company, SUMIP was established in 1980 by its Founder Lt. Shri Narendra Shah, with a vision to provide the industrial electrical segment with smart and environment-friendly solutions. Understanding the benefits of composites, including its minimal impact on the environment, SUMIP broke the mould by bringing products that were both innovative and sustainable in the long run.
Along with its primary product – the GRP Cable Trays – SUMIP has pioneered first-of-its-kind fiberglass multi-utility poles, enclosures and ladders in India, which have found a place in the minds of its most distinguished clients, who champion the brand for its quality and performance. SUMIP’s fiberglass poles are used for various applications including street lighting, highway lighting, offshore platforms etc., whereas its fiberglass ladders are used across multiple industrial applications.
As a company, SUMIP is engaged in continuous research and development in the field of composites, which has enabled the company to offer an extensive range of products that have found use in a wide range of applications. With a production facility in Changodar spread across 275000 sq ft, SUMIP is well-equipped to deliver a range of solutions in fiberglass industrial and electrical instrumentation.
Driven by the passion to excel, SUMIP envisions to grow into a brand that is the first choice of its customers across the globe, SUMIP is committed to upholding its promise of leaving a better world, for the times to come, by bringing more sustainable technologies in the world of industrial electrical instrumentation.
Simply put, we are slowly but surely, replacing metal with composites.