The Ahura Mazda Group of companies has under its umbrella a diverse offering of goods and services - from the manufacture of steel furniture, fire resistant doors and aluminium formwork to providing civil construction and factory maintenance services.

The Group came into existence in 1986, initially providing labour contracting services undertaking maintenance jobs for various industrial units of Godrej and Boyce. Soon thereafter, the Ahura Construction Company, a civil construction contracting company was formed to execute a wide range of turnkey projects.

A decisive step into the sheet metal processing industry was taken with the formation of the Ahura Mazda Manufacturing Co. Pvt. Ltd in 1998 with a factory in Sarigam, Gujarat, manufacturing steel furniture, to begin with, for Godrej and Boyce. The client list soon grew as did the range of products on offer.

A new plant was established in Guwahati, Assam in 2006 under the banner of Ahura Mazda Metal Forming and Finishing as a dedicated OEM for Godrej and Boyce to produce steel cupboards.

The Ahura Mazda Group processes 8,000 tons of steel annually at its Sarigam and Guwahati plants using state-of-the-art machinery.

After a successful innings in the production arena, the Ahura Mazda Group took a major stride in the field of marketing its own branded products in 2011. With the AM Doors brand the Group introduced into the local and international market its offering of fire-resistant and steel doors. The direct sale and export of the AM Roll-a-Door brand, manufactured under a technical collaboration agreement with B&D Australia Pty. Ltd. added another feather to the Group’s cap.

In 2011, the Ahura Mazda Group diversified into the field of manufacturing aluminium formwork for the construction industry with the formation of Durand Forms (India) Pvt. Ltd., a joint venture with Western Forms, U.S.A. with a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at Sarigam, Gujarat. This prestigious joint venture added yet another facet to the diverse portfolio of the Ahura Mazda Group.