Established in 2005 at Chopanki (Bhiwadi), Rajasthan, Caparo’s fasteners division is among the market leaders in fasteners technology in India.

As a specialist in in-house manufacturing of a wide range of high-tensile standard and special fasteners, the division has established itself as a reliable supplier of fasteners to almost all the Automobile OEMs in the country and their manufacturing locations abroad.

  • 450

    Manpower Employed
  • 45,740

    SQ MTR Total Area
  • 18000

    MT/PA Capacity

Wire processing in our state-of-the art facility starts after a very comprehensive and minute inspection of raw materials for chemical composition and forging ability. Depending upon the size and dimension of the fasteners to be manufactured, wire drawing process is carried out to get the required wire size before it goes to the cold forging section.

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In the designing section, the division is backed by a pool of experienced designers with decades of proven experience within the industry. They are well versed with CAD as well as NAGSIM software for advanced product planning to create fastener designs in response to the ever-evolving needs of diverse industry segments.


We understand that high-quality deliverables are possible only when excellence is upheld at each stage of the production process.

To achieve this, we are particular right from the very beginning, and procure the finest quality raw material to manufacture highly-tensile, long-lasting fasteners while ensuring



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What is a fastener?

A fastener is a device used to securely join two or more objects together. It can come in various shapes and sizes and is commonly made of metal or plastic. Fasteners are essential in many industries, including construction, automotive, and manufacturing, as they provide a reliable and durable connection between components.

They are also used in everyday objects such as furniture, electronics, and clothing. The choice of the appropriate fastener depends on the materials being joined, the application, and the required strength of the connection. Proper installation and maintenance of fasteners are crucial to ensure their effectiveness and longevity.

Some common types of fasteners include screws, bolts, nuts, washers, rivets, pins, clips, and anchors. Screws are threaded fasteners used to attach materials together, while bolts are threaded rods that require a nut to secure the joint. Nuts, on the other hand, are used to tighten and loosen bolts. Washers are thin plates placed between the fastener and the material to distribute the load evenly. Rivets, pins, and clips are non-threaded fasteners used for permanent and temporary joints. Anchors are used to attaching objects to concrete or masonry surfaces. Choosing the right type of fastener requires considering the material, load, and joint configuration.

Screws and bolts work by threading into a hole or nut, while nuts secure bolts by threading onto them. Washers are used to evenly distribute the load across the surface of the fastened material, while rivets work by creating a permanent connection between two materials.

The strength and effectiveness of fasteners depend on their material, size, shape, and design. Proper installation of fasteners is crucial for their efficient operation, as incorrect installation can lead to failure and compromise the integrity of the joint.