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.
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.
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.
The wires and cables industry has moved on from being the small industry it was 20 years back, to a very large industry over the last decade. Predominantly providing challenging opportunities in the field of manufacturing, supply chain and procurement, India as a market, is gaining importance in this industry.
“We have seen a growth for fire survival cables”
We always believed in India as a manufacturing destination and this inspired us to set up our manufacturing unit in India way back in 1996. The Bangalore unit has a capacity to manufacture about 60,000 km of multi-core cables and 78,000 km of single core wires per annum.
Smart Grid technology and implementation will see a boost within two years
If you see, the Ministry of Power has flagged off 14 pilots on Smart Grid that they want to mobilise through tried and tested methods. Of the 14 pilots, one is already awarded in Mysore, and others are on their way. The pilots have all the functionalities of the Smart Grid starting from renewable integration to demand side management, peak load reduction and power quality