KAYJAY SHARP TRENDYS, a product of the “SHARP MONOBLOC PUMPS” in India, has become a symbol for quality and reliability, which is why there is an ever-growing demand for the product, not only in the third world countries but in the developed countries as well. Our SHARP Pumps find a prime place in U.A.E, Saudi Arabia, Oman, USA, United Kingdom, Mauritius, Australia, Jamaica, Angola, Indonesia, Guyana, Zambia and many other countries. In the field of water pumps the company has maintained excellence in quality for more than two decades. It is no surprise that the company got ISO 9001:2008 certification in the year 2000, in recognition of its perfection of the state-of-the-art technology in the field of pump sets.
After a decade of active apprenticeship with SHARP ELECTRODES PVT LTD, KAYJAY SHARP TRENDYS was founded by Mrs. J. Mohanasundari in 1992, to manufacture and market 0.37 kW (0.5Hp) “The Little Master”, the mini monobloc Domestic Water Pump innovatively introduced in India by Shri K. Jaganathan, Managing Director of SHARP ELECTRODES PVT LTD, who had been the brain behind the design and development of the “Little Master” Mini Monobloc Pump as early as in 1978. The design is so perfect that it continues to be produced even today with little modification. Shri K.Jaganathan bestowed with the “BEST ALUMINI” award for the year 2005 from the prestigious institute of PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore for being a technocrat entrepreneur with a daring initiative leading to success of his well known and reputed industrial “SHARP” group and for his business acumen acquired through extensive international travel.
Producing a quality product is only one part of the effort of the entrepreneur, the other, and perhaps the major part, being reaching out to customers the product is meant for. So, the company has established a customer-oriented dealership network to meet the demands of an overwhelming number of customers, with a view to promoting the sale and service of the products in domestic as well as in international markets.