What We Do Differently?

Comparision between FMC and Other Concreting Methods


FMC: As mobile batching plant stores the necessary components for a concrete mix in separate compartments, the size and specification of a mix can be changed on the fly during the pour.

Other Concreting Methods: In other methods, the specification cannot be changed at the spur of the moment on the site as the concrete is manufactured at a fixed batching plant.


FMC: Only the concrete that is needed is mixed, eliminating the potential for any wastage of materials.

Other Concreting Methods: Once batched, in this method concrete must be dispatched as it is. This means there is a potential for wastage if the needs of the project change.


FMC: We can store a higher capacity of raw materials as we do not have overflow restriction, Thus, making the theoretical ceiling capacity a lot greater.

Other Concreting Methods: These methods have lesser storage capacity. Also, generating more concrete than the order placed is not possible on site.

Time Limitations

FMC: Unlike other methods, there is no time frame within which the concrete must be used after arriving on the site. In any unavoidable circumstances such as sudden weather changes, heavy rains, traffic congestion or on site changes in decision by customer or consultants, FMC can offer best suitable options or delay the concrete process for the desired period of time even in remote places.

Other Concreting Methods: In these methods, the concrete pouring is supposed to be done in a specific time frame. If not done, then quality of concrete degrades due to hot load

Project Size

FMC: We are ideal for large projects given the bigger truck capacity & we can also load all the raw materials at the pouring site which enables to do large quantity of concrete.

Other Concreting Methods: These concreting methods find it harder to deal with large projects due to the small size of the mixers and fixed nature of the mix.