Caparo’s forging division is a leading manufacturer of closed die forgings in India.

Established in 2009, the division manufactures a wide range of forged and machined products including Crankshafts, Connecting Rods, Support Arms and other components for a variety of automotive and non-automotive applications.

  • 22,250

    SQ MTR Built up Area
  • 8400

    MT/PA Capacity



As the leading forging manufacturer, We forge products that exceed customers’ expectations. Our wide range includes

Caparo’s operating systems focus on achieving waste elimination with the QDC - Quick Die Change systems in place for reducing set-up change over time and improving the overall productivity.


The company’s design team goes the extra mile to ensure that each design is integrated with 3D models simulation for a better size, weight, and performance optimisation exactly as per the customer’s specifications.


In our relentless journey towards excellence, we have been meeting the specific requirements of global OEMs right since our beginning.




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What is forging in manufacturing?

Forging is a manufacturing process in which a solid metal workpiece is deformed and shaped by applying pressure using a hammer or press. The process is carried out at high temperatures to make the metal more malleable and easier to shape. Forging can produce parts with exceptional strength and toughness, making it a popular technique for producing high-performance components for industries such as aerospace, automotive, and oil and gas. There are different types of forging processes, including open-die forging, closed-die forging, and ring rolling, each suited to different types of parts and materials. Overall, forging is a critical manufacturing process that plays a significant role in the production of many everyday products and industrial equipment.

There are four basic types of forging techniques: Open Die Forging, Closed Die Forging, Upset Forging, and Roll Forging. Open Die Forging involves placing a metal workpiece between two flat dies and deforming it to the desired shape by repeated hammering. Closed Die Forging uses a die that contains a cavity, into which the metal is forced and shaped by applying pressure. Upset Forging compresses the metal along its length to increase its diameter, while Roll Forging passes the workpiece between two rotating rolls to shape it. The choice of the forging method depends on the type of metal being used, the desired shape, and the required strength of the final product.

Our primary objective is to manufacture parts with superior strength, durability, and precision. The process of forging offers several benefits, such as enhancing the mechanical properties of metals, including toughness, hardness, and ductility, by aligning the grain structure in a specific direction. One of the significant advantages of forging is that it reduces the risk of defects, such as cracks, voids, or inclusions, that are common in other manufacturing processes like casting or machining. As a forging manufacturer India, we understand the importance of providing products that meet the stringent quality standards of our clients. Our continuous investment in the latest technology and expertise in the field ensures that our products always meet or exceed industry standards.