Meet Our MD

Owner’s Pride
Ashly groups’ growth as a leader in Aluminium Extrusions is directly linked to the dynamic leadership and experience of our founder and Managing Director, Mr Antony D. Mundackal who hails from Kothamangalam. Our inception as a business dealer in Aluminium had originated in the Middle East in the early 80’s before it was formally incorporated in 1986. Since Mr Antony’s mission & vision solely focuses on the efficiency and enhancement of ‘Ashly’, it has now evolved into a 100 crore venture which is all set to double its turn over in a short span of time!

Our Growth
Mr. Antony entered this field when the significance of aluminium extrusions was hardly recognized and most of the people were reluctant to consider the metal as a useful substitute for iron and wood. Thus, by setting up Ashly Aluminium Traders, he took up the challenge of rendering better furnishing and fabricating options for commercial and domestic purposes. His hard work and market knowledge proved him right as he was able to successfully inject in his customers, a great amount of passion and preference for this ‘white metal’!

As part of the expansion of the group, Mr. Antony incorporated another company called Ashly Aluminium Pvt Ltd for the import and export of Aluminium raw materials and other related products.

Our Social Mission
An organisation is always part of a socio eco system and ours is no different. In its evolution the Ashly group has played a significant role in making a difference to its society. The Mundackal Charitable Trust, which Mr. Antony heads, was set up in the memory of his beloved parents Late M.C. Devassykutty and Late Brijit Devassykutty. The Trust has played a pioneering role in charitable and philanthropic work in the region. In fact each year a considerable part of Ashly groups’ profit is set aside for the Trust. Apart from supporting the education of 27 HIV affected children, it generously donates funds to needy Cancer/AIDS/ Heart and Kidney patients. The Trust also helps in organizing mass weddings especially for orphans and down-trodden people. In order to take these initiatives forward and to make a substantial contribution to society, the Trust welcomes contributions from outside. Such financial contributions are exempted U/s 80 G (5) (vi) of Income Tax Act, 1961.