(Manufacturer & Exporter of Autoparts)
About JMP Manufacturing Co.
JMP Manufacturing Co. is one of the world's leading manufacturers of undercarriage components for trucks and trailers. The company manufactures components for all European, American, Japanese as well as local Indian brands of trucks and trailers. JMP is a very popular option among both Original Equipment market as well as replacement market due to its high-quality, versatility, and cost-competiveness. In the replacement market, JMP products are perfectly interchangeable as they are produced using the same quality standards and adopting the same technological processes used in manufacturing for the Original Equipment market. Every component is expertly casted in our foundry and then machined to exact final customer tolerances and certified to specification by our Quality Assurance Department.
JMP Manufacturing Co. owes its leading position in the auto component replacement market to its highly capable and experienced engineers and workforce. Our veteran workforce, Lean Manufacturing approach, and Continuous Improvement Kaizen teams contribute to the production of a quality product to the customer's engineering specification. JMP's Design & Development Center is engaged in the designing and manufacturing of jigs, fixtures, gauges, metal pattern and special tools. This has enabled JMP to introduce new products at record lead time without resorting to imports of dies or fixtures. Today, JMP boasts of the largest product base spread across various verticals, making the company resilient to the business cycles. Broad product coverage, ISO registered facilities and an employee commitment to continuous improvement guarantees that JMP will remain a market leader for years to come.

JMP has a very wide list of clientage which includes names like Tata Motors, Ashok Leyland, JCB, Escorts, BHEL, Vehicle Factory Jabalpur (Indian Defence), All India State Road Transport Corporations and a country wide chain of dealer network for the domestic market. JMP's products are exported to USA, Middle East, Europe, South East Asia and African countries.
1949 JMP had a modest start with a small machine shop doing repair and maintenance work
1954 Started manufacturing of cycle parts
1957 Started manufacturing auto parts with JMP brand
1962 First to introduce casting technology in North India by using Rotart Furnace
1982 First to introduce induction furnace technology in Punjab
1996 OEM suppliers to TATA Motors, Ashok Leyland, Vehicle Factory Jabalpur (Defence) & Swaraj Mazda
1997 Diversified into earth moving equipment and agricultural equipment parts
2004 Installed CNC Machining Centers
Installed Rotary Furnace In 1962
Installed Induction Furnace In 1982