Vision, Mission and Quality Policy truly reflects the Group’s commitment to become one of the best foundry Group in the global arena.


Ashok Iron Group was founded in 1974 by our visionary leader Mr. Ashok Humbarwadi. Ashok Iron Group has grown from strength to strength owing to the technology, innovation, quality products & customer service. Ashok Iron Group is the one of the largest foundry groups in the world. Our global service operations serve global industry leaders such as Cummins, Tata Cummins, Mahindra, Caterpillar, Liebherr, Perkins, Atlas Copco etc. Being India’s only group having a fully integrated setup from a 3D casting model as an input to Design as well as Manufacturing of toolings and fully finished castings and precision machining component.

We are located at Belagavi, 500 kms south of Mumbai, 150 kms from Goa & 500 kms from Bengaluru. Our group produces a wide range of Machined Iron Castings like Engine Blocks, Engine Heads, and Transmission Housings of weight ranging from 20 Kg to 2500 Kg per piece. From Single Cylinder to 16-Cylinder Engine Block and Single Cylinder to 6-cylinder Engine Head is only being manufactured at Ashok Iron Group in India. We are also involved in Machining of Crankshafts, Assemblies, Engine Cooling Systems, & Sheet Metal parts. Our products have a wide range of applications like Industrial engines for power generation, mining, construction, marine, locomotive and for agriculture equipment industry. The products find place in Automotive, Agricultural Equipment’s, compressors etc. Our foundries & machine shops add values by machining castings manufactured to fully finished condition.


Ashok Iron Group uses the cutting edge technology to develop and manufacture products. A spirit of innovation is visible in the organisation with the developments done in the recent years.
We are the first in India to,

  • Develop V16 Engine Block in SG Iron
  • Develop Rapid Prototypes of Machined 3 & 4 Cylinder Engine Block & Head using 3D sand printing technology
  • Develop V10 Engine Block in Austenitic Ductile Iron