About Us

Our History

Our Facilities

Our manufacturing facilities are located at:


Baruipur Works

West Bengal – Wagon & EMU Manufacturing


Poanta Sahib Works

Himachal Pradesh – Brake Shoes manufacturing


Research & Development Center

With integrated Research & Development center having capability of Design, Analysis and Testing of our products, we continue to be a technology-led Company



Besco Ltd (Wagon Division)

has manufactured more than 5000 BCNHL (Covered) wagons

Highest Manufacturer

Besco Ltd (Wagon Division) is the highest manufacturer of BFNS ( Coil Carrying) wagon in India with more than 500 wagons produced till date

First BOBRNAL Rake

Besco Ltd (Wagon Division) has recently executed the first BOBRNAL rake in the country with Aluminium Body having a lesser tare load & higher payload.

Expertise in Handling Aluminium Plates

Besco Ltd (Wagon Division) is the only manufacturer in the country having the expertise in handling Aluminium Plates and Extrusions for wagon making.



We are Market Leaders in the supply of Freight Cars to the Indian Railways.

Entered Freight Car Manufacture from 1996/97.

Supplied over 25000 Wagons to Indian Railway.

Capacity to manufacture over 2400 nos various types of wagons per annum.


  • Located 25 km SE of Kolkata, this plant houses manufacturing capability of all types of Wagons & 25kV EMU & MEMU
  • Total land area of 60 acres; 21845 sq. m covered area
  • Covered area under 10 overhead cranes – 15000 sq.m
  • Power availability by direct line from WBSEB
  • Our plant is connected to the Baruipur station by a dedicated siding.
  • Facility for sheet metal cutting, fabrication, paint & assembly
  • ISO 9001:2015 & 14001:2015 & G 105 Certified facility


Design Capabilities

BESCO is a technology driven company.

The company has adopted the technique of virtual prototyping for evolving optimum designs through computer simulations.

The product is designed on the computer with adequate strength, ‘manufactured’ on the computer and put through a battery of acceptance tests on the Computer itself to withstand the loads that would arise in normal service.

The enormous costs and time overruns involved in physical prototype manufacture, laboratory and field trials are minimized by this technique of Virtual Prototyping.

Methodology governing the development and evaluation of new designs basically makes use of advanced software.