Robo Silicon Private Limited commenced operations in the year 2001 and is headquar-tered in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. Robo Silicon, for the first time in India, intro-duced "manufactured sand". It not only is the perfect substitute to the precious and fast depleting natural resource - river sand, but is also a viable, cost-effective and eco-friendly product. In a very short span, RoboSand" has earned the respect and patronage of leading Industry, real estate and construction giants in the country. Having weathered initial resistance — a fate common to every innovative idea in a change-resisting environ-ment, RoboSand" has quickly found acceptance and is today preferred by all quali-ty-conscious construction industry leaders.The pillars of faith stand firmly on RoboSand" because it protects the environment, promotes ethical and legal construction activities and also eliminates the many disadvantages of using river sand for purposes of construc-tion. Additionally, using RoboSand" in concrete and masonry results in the substantial saving of cement, thus slashing construction costs considerably.
To establish Robo Silicon as the largest, respected, compliant, efficient and profitable manufacturer of sand and aggregates.
Mr. Sumnesh Khandelwal is Chief Executive Officer and is based at Hyderabad.
Sumnesh holds a degree in Bachelor of Commerce and did Chartered accountancy from ICAI Mumbai during February 1994. He also attended Management Development Program from Wharton School of University, Philadelphia, USA.
Before joining Robo Silicon, Sumnesh was part of Aditya Birla Group wherein he worked for one of the group company UltraTech Cement India Limited and handled varied profiles in Financial and Commercial function, driving systems & processes, Cost optimisations, Business synergies, strategy and Business development.
|Mr. Anurag Jain||AVP –Marketing & operations||20+|
|Mr. M.Bhramaji Rao||Ops. Head – AP & Telangana||21+|
|Mr. Bala Kishore||Sales Head – AP & Telangana||15+|
|Mr. C Gangajal Rao||Business Development||20+|
|Mr. M. Terrance||Maintenance head||20+|
|Mr. Ramaswamy||Finance head||22+|
True North, a premier private equity investment fund with a corpus of USD 200 million, owns 90% of Robosilicon. True North specializes in making financial and intellectual capital available to growing mid-size Indian companies to help them realize their true potential. True North's investments span a diverse range of industries such as healthcare, retailing, outsourced services, media & entertainment, and precision engineering.
Robo Silicon is having many well-known sister companies like RDC, Meru, DM Healthcare, Inlogistics, Akshayini Oorja, Fincare, Born, Manipal Hospitals, VKL , Trivitron, Hicare, NBHC, Sygene, Magma, Degustibus Cloudnine, Act & Seed Works.
The new Rajiv Gandhi airport has been developed by GMR Hyder-abad International Airport Limited (GHIAL), a joint venture company promoted by GMR Group (63%) and Malaysia Airports Holding Berhad (11%), Government of Andhra Pradesh (13%) and Airports Authority of India (13%) as the other consortium partners. Robo Silicon was chosen to supply the quality ROBO aggregates and Hobo sand to build the modern airport and one of the best air strips in India. So far Robo has supplied 5.0 lakh M Tonnes or aggregate and sand.
The GMR Group has won a project for strengthening, widening and improvement of the existing 2 lane road into 4 lane road between Adloor Yellareddy and Kalkallu Gundla Pochanpalli on NH-7. The road traverses through Nizamabad and Medak districts of Telengana covering a distance of about 107 kms. Robo was awarded the Quarrying, erection, operation and maintenance of 200 TPH capacity 3 stage for supply of 4,00,000 lakh metric tonnes of sand, aggregates for the above said project. Robo has completed the proj-ect in record time.
DIAL is a Bangalore headquartered global infrastructure major with interests in the Airports, Energy, Highways and Urban infrastructure. DIAL is a joint venture consortium of GMR Group (50.1%), Airports Authority of India (26%), Fraport & Eraman Malaysia (10% each) and IDF (3.9%). Robo has dedicated 2 sets of three stage plants at Delhi and so for supplied 1.0 million tonnes of Robo aggregate and sand.
Reliance built its first refinery at Jamnagar in 1999 for $6bn (€4.4bn), it was one of the world's largest and most sophisticated plants. Soon after, Reliance was considering a second big refinery alongside the first, with greater sophistication to process heavy crude and produce expensive types of fuel. Together, the two units would constitute the largest refinery complex in the world, able to process 1.2m bbl/day. Robo was selected to supply 2.0 million m tonnes of aggregate and sand. Robo set up two III stage crusher plant to cater the project.