SKYi is dedicated to innovating sustainable solutions for a better tomorrow. We are dedicated to developing sustainable technologies, independently as well as in collaboration with internationally renowned industries/academic institutes. Global collaboration helps us to bring the solutions to the market at faster speed keeping the pace of change.


We focus on people and make conducing environment for them to work on new things.
  • 25% workforce is in R&D
  • 40% women
  • Fresh graduates and internationally experienced

and to enable our people we have

  • Dedicated flexi-lab line
  • Patented “die” design
  • Global partnerships


AZL GmbH: Aachen Zentrum for light weighting manufacturing technologies (AZL), is a consortium based at RWTH Aachen, consist of 12 institutes and more than 70 companies from OEMs to raw material manufacturing covering the whole supply chain dedicating to bring light weight material solution to reduce the carbon footprint. SKYi is proud to be part of this consortium and sole representation from India as plastics raw material manufacturer.

Admajoris: is a specialty plastics compounder in France and SKYi is working with them to bring new solutions to European market and likewise in Asian market. Two companies jointly promote product having unique value proposition for customers in various segment right from electrical applications to consumer electronics.

National chemical laboratory (NCL), Pune: World renowned institute for polymer research and close to our headquarters, SKYi work with NCL, closely on several topics to develop platform technologies.

University of Heidelberg, Germany: SKYi is in discussion with professors at University of Heidelberg to develop medical devices which can be used through eye for various purpose including controlled drug delivery, virtous fluid for eyes

Multiple developments with key industry partners:
Apart from fundamental development, SKYi is actively serving as nucleus for development of new technologies with industry partners who are either basic material manufacture or final products manufacturer some key examples are:

  1. Metal compounds: SKYi is developing a method to make highly filled metal compounds for our partner where is metal component is made by injection molding these compounds.
  2. High performance composites: based on special high temperature polymers from partner company, SKYi is developing long fiber composites.

New Technologies

  1. UD- tapes: SKYi is one the few companies globally, who has capability of making uni-directionally (UD) fiber reinforced thermoplastic tapes. SKYI technology is aptly supported by Technology innovation forecasting and control (TIFAC) which is an organization under of Department of science and technology, Govt. of India as technology for future products.
  2. Long carbon fiber composites (LCF): SKYi has developed proprietary manufacturing process of making long carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastic composites which can be used in injection molding, extrusion or even compression press. LCF have extreme stiffness and are suitable in applications which are always under heavy load. These are the material of the future for electric vehicles which need extreme load bearing materials at lighter weight compared to metals. Secondly, LCFs are electrically not as conductive as metals are so they are well suited for electrical applications.
  3. Hybrid composites: Long carbon fibers combined with long glass fibers makes cost effective high performance light weight alternatives to metal and heavier materials. SKYi has developed hybrid composites which can be used in demanding applications and are easy to process to make products.
  4. Thermally conductive composites: SKYi’s unique technology of continuous long fiber composites make it ideal for developing highly thermally and at same time electrically insulating materials. These material are required for applications from mobile electronics as the parts are becoming thinner to e-mobility vehicles. SKYi has partnered with couple of institutes and renowned physicist to work on this important material problem.
  5. Electrically conductive composites: Metals are know to be material of choice for electrical conductivity, however, have design and fabrication restrictions. Composites, if electrically conductive, can be designed, made into extremely thin dimensions and can be mass produced at minimal cost. Additionally, composites can be EMI shielding unlike metals which is of prime importance in all electronic applications. SKYi has invested in developing electrically conductive thermoplastics composites based on own technology.

Research and Development

SKYi is continuously improving its product portfolio in LFT composites by developing new material and products as well as finding new applications either as metal to plastics replacement or as material to material for light weighing, cost effectiveness, better performance.

Material development

  1. Material development is necessary based on unique requirement from customer ranging from specific color to specific functionalities like UV-stabulity, long term thermal stability etc.
  2. We follow APQP (advanced planning and quality process) for new product development aided with simpler version of PMP.

Application development

  1. We follow a simple process from understanding the key requirements of particular application to come up with a solution.
  2. Based on existing 2-D drawing of metal components, basic visualization of 3-D model in plastic considering boundary conditions, basic material properties and manufacturability is created.
  3. Based on concept created in plastics, flow and structural simulations are carried to understand the feasibility of such a product in plastics
    • Flow CAE
    • Weld-line, air-trap and vent locations, clamp force,
    • Residual stresses and hot spots, optimum processing conditions
  4. Based on concept created in plastics, flow and structural simulations are carried to understand the feasibility of such a product in plastics
  5. Mechanical CAE
    • Strength and failure analysis, modal analysis, vibration,
    • Acoustics, vibro-acoustic modeling
  6. Then final design for particular application is developed.