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SALE OF SURPLUS STOCKS

We are disposing surplus stocks of screws, bolts, nuts etc in MS and Stainless Steel. Contact Sundeep Gupta 63606 09743

WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS

We have resumed near normal operations from our office – Monday through Saturday.  10.00 am till 5.30 pm

Please note that waiting time may be high with slow responses due to ongoing maintenance work.  

For faster correspondence, please email us on sales@jcfasteners.com 

TEMPORARY CLOSURE

We will be closed for sales from Friday 28th August through 31st August 2020 due to warehouse upgradation. Normal operations will resume from 1st September. Please go through our webpages for product information and send your enquiries by email sales@jcfasteners.com

COVID-19 UPDATE      24th August 2020

We have resumed near normal operations from our office although with limited resources. Monday through Saturday 10am till 5pm – as of now.

Additionally, please expect delays due to logistical disruptions.

For any correspondence, please email us on sales@jcfasteners.com or call us on +91 98805 39870. 

 

We are shortly moving back to our refurbished and upgraded premises that should provide our customers a more comfortable and better experience.

COVID-19 UPDATE      3rd June 2020

We are now operational but with minimum resources. Please contact by email – sales@jcfasteners.com or call +91 98805 39870. Logistics are not completely normal.

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