Who We Are
Popular Steel Industries manufacturing automatic juice machines and popcorn machines and portable shops and brother Mr. Jaswinder Singh manufacturing LED Message Boards, Price Boards, Token Display and Token Printer Systems under the name of M/s Five Star Telecommunications Pvt Ltd. Now with 25 years of experience in designing and manufacturing Mr.Chanchal Jit Singh looks after marketing & designing of all products with the help of a team of qualified & experienced engineers.
Suddenly demand of telephone billing machines increased and thus the Telebox” STD PCO Machines came into existence with Telebox, Chanchal Jit Singh and his brother made his first million and created infrastructure and invested in-house R&D to make new products which generate employments. Both brothers toured almost all major countries in the world in search of new business ideas. Today, products designed by our family are successfully working in all parts of India and abroad. We have many firsts to our credit and are continuously endeavouring to introduce many novel and world class products and concepts and achieves international recognition which is our cherished goal.
Innovation is key to our success. Having in house mechanical and electronics R& D and manufacturing facilities, we were able to manufacture products which not only full filled the need of markets, but became a bench mark in Industry. Every product we manufacture is with exclusive features and we design products which are built to last, easy to maintain. Specialist in Mechanical, refrigeration, fiberglass products and from concept to reality. The juice machines and retail kiosks manufactured by our company has found ready market in India and abroad. Can produce quantity as low as one piece. The company also produce embedded system and fiberglass products as per requirement of customer.
M/s Popular Steel Industries is the vision of Mr.Chanchal Jit Singh is a first generation entrepreneur, son of a librarian, started his first business of photocopying with an investment of Rs. 1500 and a loan of Rs.15000 from State Bank of India in 1980 after two year stint in Iran doing odd jobs. In 1984 Mr. Jaswinder Singh joined him after getting practical training of Electronics for two years.