UNICON is led be a team highly Qualified, Experienced & Competent technocrats who have ensured that the company delivers Top Quality Products & Services to its customers along with keeping in times with the latest technology.
R. S. NALWA – MANAGING DIRECTOR Qualification – B. Tech (Hons.) Mech.
Engg From IIT, BOMBAY Experience – 45 years Specialisation – Design and Manufacture of Cranes and Material Handling Equipments. Mr. R. S. Nalwa is well known person in the crane industry, known for his marathon experience in this line and exceptional technical competence in this field. He has various remarkable milestones in his journey in crane line such as standardization of cranes in India, Inventions of many critical components which are now widely used in cranes and Designing & manufacturing of specialized cranes. He has led the company through the years with unshakable strength and it is due to his expertise that the company today rests on the strongest foundation possible. Today he is the senior most member of Bureau of Indian Standards.
MANISH NALWA – DIRECTOR Qualification – B.E, Mech. Engg., M.B.A (Fin.) Experience – 20 years Specialisation – Sales, Finance and Operations Mr. Manish Nalwa has over the years specialised in Sales, Finance and Operations of the company. His dynamism and experience in project executions has helped the company to undertake and successfully execute massive turnkey projects consisting of many number of cranes. Due to his expertise, today Unicon has emerged as a globally competent organization delivering distinguished quality of Products & customer service.
SACHIN NALWA – DIRECTOR Qualification – B.E (Mech) + M.B.A(Mktg) Experience – 12 years Specialisation – Marketing, Design of Cranes Mr. Sachin Nalwa has been actively involved in developing & implementing latest Crane Designs. With his young, fresh & au courant knowledge of latest technology he has helped the company to pioneer in the many innovative methods of Designs and operations and deliver avant-garde solutions to many complex material handling problems.