CMI Limited announce Q1 results
Cable manufacturers CMI Limited, announced their unaudited financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2016. The revenues are at `7,701.02 lakh in Q1 2017 as against Rs.4,532.64 lakh in Q1 of 2016, marking an increase of 69.9 per cent on a standalone basis
The 50 Hz Slope Technology - An Innovation in Cable Fault Location
It´s no surprise that the new 50 Hz slope cable test technology is attracting a lot of attention from power network operators worldwide, as it offers a faster, more convenient and more reliable way not only to find faults on underground power cables, but also to evaluate the condition of those cables.
The power sector looking at investments worth Rs.15,000 lakh crore over the next five years, and cables and wires - which are the main ingredient to enable this development - will witness a huge growth trajectory.
Future potential of cable industry is in Indian projects
I think I would say more than young or old, it is the kind of projects that make the difference. If you take the governments the key projects, be it smart city, power to everyone by 2020, housing for everyone, the whole focus is on infrastructure.
Big push to Nuclear
The Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has turned his focus on to nuclear energy as a source of power generation in a bid to diversify the power sources, in his Budget 2016-17, presented on February 29, 2016.
We wish to inform you that the EK135FTL will be incorporated into the Klauke product range as a catalogue item in the future. This powerful 13.5t tool is able to crimp cable lugs made from copper from the R & L range up to a cross-sectional area of 630 mm² and cable lugs made from aluminium to 500 mm².