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Armines Industries launches new, ready-mix plaster plant in Cacoda Industrial estate

Margao, Aug 17 (UNI) Goa based Armines Industries recently launched a first-of-its-kind, ready-mix plaster manufacturing factory in the Cacoda industrial estate.
In a statement on Saturday, Arman Bankley, Managing Partner, Armines Industries said he had learnt about the demand for pre-mix plaster in Oman and its technology of mechanised application at construction sites while participating in a recent, Vibrant Goa Middle-East road show.
The new factory will have the monthly capacity to produce up to 300 tonnes of ready-mix plasters, jointing mortar, tiles adhesive and masonary mortar. The release added that all these products were ready to use, eco-friendly, extremely durable and eliminated the traditional method of plastering walls.
Bankley said, “A 40 kg bag of ready-mix plaster eliminates the labourious task of procuring and mixing of sand and cement. You need to just add ten litres of water into the bag containing the ready mix, sand and cement and you get a balanced mixture to plaster the walls with water proofing and anti-shrinkage German polymers.”
The new factory was inaugurated jointly by Dr Jagat Shah, founder and chairman, Vibrant Markets and Pravas Naik, chairman, Nanu Group last week.
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