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Incepted in the year 1995, Conkord Engineering has established itself amongst the trustworthy and reliable names in the field of manufacturing of a broad array of Conveyor Belt, Chain Sprockets and Conveyor Chain etc. 

Our founder member, Mr. Naresh Chudasama has been a great guide and philosopher for our workforce, mentoring them to realize the diverse traits of the market and client needs and also accomplish


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Basic Information
Nature of Business
Exporter and Manufacturer
Company CEO
Naresh Chudasama
Registered Address
Unit No 1, Sarang Industrial Estate, Ground Floor Navghar, Vasai (E), Thane - 401210, Maharashtra, India
Total Number of Employees
Upto 10 People
Year of Establishment
Legal Status of Firm
Individual - Proprietor
Annual Turnover
Rs. 50 Lakh - 1 Crore
Top Export Countries
  • Bangladesh
  • Sri Lanka
  • Thailand
  • Vietnam
  • Egypt
Company USP
Provide after Sales Support
  • Installation Services
  • Onsite Support
Statutory Profile
Import Export Code (IEC)
Packaging/Payment and Shipment Details
Payment Mode
  • Cheque
  • DD
  • Cash
  • Credit Card
  • Online
Shipment Mode
By Road


We want to contribute in nation building by keeping our customers and employees excited by delivering quality products, services and by developing the culture of contribution and collaboration.

ISO Certification

ISO Certification

Why Us

We are renowned manufacturer of advanced quality Conveyor Chains. Owing to cost effectiveness and prompt deliveries, we have carved a well-established position in this industry and attained clients’ trust.

Our skilled and expert professionals make sure that the clients’ requirements are met within the chosen time frame.
  • Time-bound deliveries
  • State-of-the-art infrastructure
  • Competitive pricing
  • Extensive range of qualitative products
  • Manufactured as per set industrial guidelines
  • Customization of the products offered
  • Following ethical business practices


We have a talented and skilled team of personnel, which is highly committed towards achieving complete customer satisfaction. At our production unit, experienced professionals complete the entire products requirements well within time maintaining the supremacy at quality aspect. Our team consists engineers, technocrats, quality controllers, managers etc. The excellent team spirit of these professionals is our strength. Working in co-operation, these professionals ensure to deliver end products to the clients excellently. With a rich experience of the industry, the best engineering minds of industry innovate efficient products while improvising the existing range. We also mange regular training and interaction sessions to sharpen the skills of our employees.

About The Company

Founded in 1995, conkord engineering is a professional chain manufacturer in India which specializes in manufacturing and marketing of chain drive products. conkord is a leading manufacturer of industrial chains and sprockets.We have a renowned customer base, particularly in conveyors and equipment’s manufacturer, special purpose machinery, food and dairy industries.

As medium size family-run business, we manufacturer a comprehensive range of products in India. We specialize in conveyor chains, roller chains. One of our main focus is the production of stainless steel chain, conveyor chains for food industries, conveyor belts and sprockets made to specification.

One of our core competencies is professional consulting as to drive a conveyor technology. Together with our customer we develop and plan individual, demand –oriented solutions and realize fast and precisely owing to continuous investment in state-of-the-art technologies we are able to guarantee production process at the highest possible level. The famous conkord quality is ensured by the use of selected raw materials, by high competence in processing semi-finished goods as wells as by the application of sophisticated heat treatment and coating procedures. Spreading excellence for more than over two decades.Today conkord is a successful family enterprise in its third generation.

Our Vision

Through sustainable measures and innovationseeking growth, step by step moving towards being one of the top companies in the material handling / conveying and chain manufacturing sector, gaining recognitionand respect in the market standing as a bold company for over more then two decades, creating value for our products and services serving the nation and the world.

Our Values

Quality –Creativity – Sustainability

Product Portfolio

History Of Chain

The development of chain technically began in 225 B.C. when Philo described a chain driven water lift, similar to modern bucket elevators. Leonardo da Vinci was responsible for the next notable developments, when he sketched designs in the 1500’s. His sketches bear a remarkable resemblance to modern bar link, leaf and silent running chains.

In the 16th century, Ramelli found the first practical application for chain, in the development of water driven pumping systems. However, it was the industrial revolution of the 1800’s that began the development of chains we still use today. The first largely adopted chain was called a ‘cog’ chain, as it ran over a sprocket or ‘cog’. Based on a rectangular cast link design connected by looped and riveted iron bands, the design was simple, but difficult to repair without specialist tooling. ‘Cog’ chain was used to transmit power and motion from treadmills to an array of other equipment, such as water elevators, farm machinery and weaving looms, to name a few examples from the early 1800’s.

The introduction in 1873 of cast detachable chain overcame most of the problems associated with ‘cog’ chain. The chain was of a simple construction, using identical cast links which could easily be coupled and uncoupled by hand. Cast chain saw rapid adoption in the agricultural industry, transmitting horse drawn power to various different types of equipment. It did not take long for adoption to spread to other areas of industry, with a malleable iron or steel version of this chain still used heavily in the agricultural industry today.

By the late 1800’s, manufacturers had developed cast attachment links enabling iron buckets to be attached. When used vertically, this assembly became the first bucket elevator, with manufacturers offering elevator systems by the 1890’s. Apron conveyors were produced by bolting slats or flights to the attachments rather than buckets, enabling bulk materials to be conveyed horizontally or up mild inclines. For steeper inclines, the attachments could be used for scraper flights, creating the first drag conveyors.

The next development after cast detachable chain was the introduction of cast pintle chain. By utilising a ‘closed barrel’ design, stronger link plates and a steel pin or ‘pintle’, this chain became the first ancestor to modern engineered roller chains. Developed to withstand higher speeds, heavier loadings and more severe operating environments, this chain leant itself for use in both drives and conveyors.

It was not long before conveyor manufacturers developed this chain with a larger pitch. Not only did this reduce the number of joints, but it also allowed more space for larger attachments or more complex designs. It was found that the addition of hardened steel bushings increased the chains resistance to wear, with the later addition of a rollers revolving around this bushing greatly reducing loading due to sliding friction.

With automation and standardisation came a move away from cast pintle chain towards precision steel roller chain. Manufacturing equipment such as punch presses and automated machinery enabled high speed production of quality components and therefore reliable chains. Standardisation began as early as 1913, with the precision roller chain industry being one of the first to standardise. This ensured that chains and sprockets from different manufacturers were guaranteed to be interchangeable, with the ASME B29.1 standard appearing in 1930.
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Unit No. 05, Nidhi Sankalp Industrial Estate, Sativali, Vasai East, Thane - 401208, Maharashtra, India
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