Amar to display products used for insulation of Busbar Joints

Our new product insulating Busbar used for safety and protection of whose technology we have got from Electrical Research and Development Association
— Shrenik Gada, Marketing Head, Amar Industries
Market has potentialPower sector in India has always been in a state of flux and if one analyses sequence of events that shaped India’s power sector since 1990s, one will see one common theme, that is struggle to reform the sector.
Speaking on the performance of the industry Gada observes constant fall in the economic, he says, “Change is the only constant is true for India’s power sector but that change seemingly never came in the sector wherein only constant was steady deterioration of the overall economics associated with the power sector.”
Further he adds, “T&D sector has now brought the entire power generation sector to its feet and if situation doesn’t get fixed, one could very well see next wave of stranded assets on the power generation side triggering sooner than later, first signs of which has already started emerging India.”
“In a current developing market huge infrastructure requirement is there, therefore we still have a huge potential in this market in India and globally many under developed countries are on their development phase so electrical market has a huge potential for say at least 1 to 2 decades,” he adds.
Catering businessEstablished in 2006 Amar Industries attended Elecrama in 2008. After realizing huge buyer potential the company decided to participate in Eelcrama 2010 and since then they are a regular participant in Elecrama. With the previous experience at Elecrama, Amar industries successfully caters its business with L&T, Schneider etc, and year-on-year more people are getting exposure of their products.  
 Products and technologyBriefing on the products and technology at display Gada says, “PVC DIP Moulding products are used for insulation of Busbar joints and a huge exposure for safety has come, so there is a good demand of our product. We are displaying PVC DIP Moulded products and Heat Shrink Sleeves.
In addition he adds, “Our new product insulating Busbar used for safety and protection of whose technology we have got from Electrical Research and Development Association (ERDA), we have come in to agreement with ERDA for technical support in manufacturing the product and simultaneously engage in R&D to upgrade the product and bring in new products with keeping environment in mind. Targeting export marketInforming on the opportunities out of Elecrama Gada says, “We were in to domestic market now we are focusing on export market  and as said we see huge potential in the market in home land as well as global market. As we are introducing new products we will be focusing on our existing customers as well as our focus will be on new  buyers through displaying our product range and giving a clear exposure of the products, understanding their requirement and thus giving them the solution.”  

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Amar to display products used for insulation of Busbar Joints

Our new product insulating Busbar used for safety and protection of whose technology we have got from Electrical Research and Development Association
— Shrenik Gada, Marketing Head, Amar Industries
Market has potentialPower sector in India has always been in a state of flux and if one analyses sequence of events that shaped India’s power sector since 1990s, one will see one common theme, that is struggle to reform the sector.
Speaking on the performance of the industry Gada observes constant fall in the economic, he says, “Change is the only constant is true for India’s power sector but that change seemingly never came in the sector wherein only constant was steady deterioration of the overall economics associated with the power sector.”
Further he adds, “T&D sector has now brought the entire power generation sector to its feet and if situation doesn’t get fixed, one could very well see next wave of stranded assets on the power generation side triggering sooner than later, first signs of which has already started emerging India.”
“In a current developing market huge infrastructure requirement is there, therefore we still have a huge potential in this market in India and globally many under developed countries are on their development phase so electrical market has a huge potential for say at least 1 to 2 decades,” he adds.
Catering businessEstablished in 2006 Amar Industries attended Elecrama in 2008. After realizing huge buyer potential the company decided to participate in Eelcrama 2010 and since then they are a regular participant in Elecrama. With the previous experience at Elecrama, Amar industries successfully caters its business with L&T, Schneider etc, and year-on-year more people are getting exposure of their products.  
 Products and technologyBriefing on the products and technology at display Gada says, “PVC DIP Moulding products are used for insulation of Busbar joints and a huge exposure for safety has come, so there is a good demand of our product. We are displaying PVC DIP Moulded products and Heat Shrink Sleeves.
In addition he adds, “Our new product insulating Busbar used for safety and protection of whose technology we have got from Electrical Research and Development Association (ERDA), we have come in to agreement with ERDA for technical support in manufacturing the product and simultaneously engage in R&D to upgrade the product and bring in new products with keeping environment in mind. Targeting export marketInforming on the opportunities out of Elecrama Gada says, “We were in to domestic market now we are focusing on export market  and as said we see huge potential in the market in home land as well as global market. As we are introducing new products we will be focusing on our existing customers as well as our focus will be on new  buyers through displaying our product range and giving a clear exposure of the products, understanding their requirement and thus giving them the solution.”  

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