Sevana Electrical Appliances Pvt. Ltd. an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, was established in the year 1984. We are manufacturer, exporter and supplier of Vacuum Packaging Machines, Shrink Wrapping Machines, Sealing Machines, Coding Machines, Packaging Films, Secondary Packaging Machines, Allied Equipments and Weighing & Filling Machines. Kizhakkambalam, a prosperous village east of Cochin owes its success partly to a man who dared to dream differently C. P. Philipose. His dream was to find an alternate industrial culture with a humane face. The dream took shape as Sevana and successfully spread it's wings in many fields and became a synonym for sound business practices. Apart from its credo of offering quality products at realistic prices, the success of Sevana lies in the path breaking adoption of decentralized manufacturing, a novel initiative towards the industrialization to benefit everyone, the community around, employees, customers and the economy of the country as well.
Our commitment to innovation, quality, support made us the leaders. Sevana has a comprehensive range. We are multiple time winner of prestigious Award from Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP). We have three factories in Kizhakkambalam, Kochi, Kerala and representative office in New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Ahmedabad, Kanpur, Vijayawada, Kolhapur, Coimbatore & Madurai. We engages over two hundred families in and around the village where the company is located, to supply ancillaries, assembled products and ensure product quality at every stage of manufacturing.
Each product thus assembled undergoes a thorough quality check by the quality assurance wing of the company. Thus ensuring the products are keeping highest quality standards envisaged by the company. The products marketed by the company are conceived and designed by the associate company Sevana Engineering Research Centre Private Limited. This research and development arm of the group is in constant interaction with the users of our products and they follow up the inventions and new technologies from around the world. Our way of decentralized manufacturing is considered the appropriate model for industrial development in countries like India where mass production should be achieved by involving masses and if possible not by expensive manpower eliminating production techniques. Eminent economists and industrialists consider this as a suitable model for industrialization in our part of the world.