Daiwa Anaya Steel is formed with a joint venture of Daiwa Steel & Tube Industries (Japan) and Anaya Steel (USA) in India, with their Registered Office in Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
Daiwa Steel and Tube with corporate office in Tochigi, Japan has been making tubes for over 75 years since their establishment in 1932. Daiwa’s core focus has been:
- Make tubes that are safe, economical, convenient and eco-friendly.
- Make tubes using best and latest technology
Daiwa is one of the strongest pipe companies in Japan with more than 80 years of pipe manufacturing experience. They produce high end, anti-corrosion, light and effective ERW pipes having exclusive tie-ups with Nippon Steel Corporation, Japan for their raw materials, coils, etc. Daiwa produces lancing pipe in Vietnam under Daiwa Lance International (DLI) and has been the leader in Calorized lance pipe Daiwa. DLI is ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified.
Anaya Steel, headquartered near Washington DC, has over 20 years of experience in marketing and distribution in various markets. Anaya has been primarily focused on Steel pipes with solid strategic relationship with NICHE pipe producers. Anaya’s major focus and strength has been deeper understanding of Steel Industry with strong sales, support and marketing network in various markets. Anaya’s main market coverage include – Indian Sub-continent, Middle East and African Regions, Eastern Europe, North and South America.
One of our niche products is Calorized Lance Pipe. It lasts 8 to 10 times longer than Mild Steel Lance Pipes and leads to a cost saving of 40 to 45%. it is used for various applications such as, Melting and Refining of Steel by blowing Oxygen Gas, injection of Carbon, Lime, and/or other additives. Calorized lance pipe has been used since 1955 around the world including Japan, USA, and Europe. Currently Daiwa Anaya Steel’s Calorized lance pipe is advanced and really customer oriented product with cost saving. We have partnered with most of the major steel plants over 40 years, having a customer base in more than 53 countries.