2018
Exports to more than 10 countries - including USA, Germany and South Korea
Factory and office expansion. Doubled the capacity.
Calibration facility for Flowmeters up to 2000 mm dia. is being set up
2017
Accredited with IMS (Integrated Management System)
Awarded with prestigious Indian Design Mark
Supplied the largest fully calibrated Flowmeter in India
Major order from NPL (National Physical Laboratory) for setting up complete fluid calibration laboratory
2016
Established marketing network across India
Made a major foray in power and textile sector
Team strength crossed 100 employees
First participation in an international exhibition in Thailand
2015
Executed first order for complete SCADA system for a steel major in India
Initiated exports marketing activity
2014
Rebranding of the company with an aggressive marketing strategy
Product range expanded
Set up marketing division headed by experienced professionals
2010
Introduction of Ultrasonic Flowmeters
Investments made in technology development and expanding range of Flowmeters
2007
Mr. Vinayak Gadre, a third generation entrepreneur, took over the reins of the company as the Managing Director
Chalked-out a long term business strategy and a roadmap for a complete turnaround of this tiny business
2006
For the first time, Flowmeters manufacturing crossed 500 numbers in a year
2002
Introduced advanced Series of Compact Electric Transducers
1996
Adept Recording Instruments Pvt. Ltd. became Adept Fluidyne Pvt. Ltd. with an eye on the growing market for flow measurement
1994
Set up Flowmeter calibration laboratory
Expanded the range of Electromagnetic Flowmeters
1992
First Electromagnetic Flowmeter manufactured by Adept
Foreseeing potential for this product line, the company started investing in further Research & Development
1988
Introduced Electric Transducers in the Indian market through complete in-house development
1983
Adept became a private limited company and registered as Adept Recording Instruments Pvt. Ltd.
Ventured in instrumentation business with the introduction of Strip Chart and Circular Chart Recorders required in various industries.
1954
India got the Independence in 1947 and was witnessing an industrial revolution to become self-sufficient in many areas of technology and manufacturing
During that wave of industrialisation, an young entrepreneur Mr. Krishnaji Gadre ventured into a business to start a small scale industry then known as Adept Laboratories
The company started manufacturing laboratory equipment in a small workshop of 500 sq. ft with just 5 employees