Hitachi Hi-Rel showcases its power electronics products

‘Make In India’ theme may help the industry and we are expecting few good things may happen in the nearest future.
— Aniruddh Brahmbhatt, AVP – Sales & Marketing – Industrial UPS Division, Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics Pvt Ltd
  Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics  expects a huge number of footfalls from the whole power electronics industry – end customers, EPC contractors and consultants at Elecrama 2016, says Aniruddh Brahmbhatt, AVP – Sales & Marketing – Industrial UPS Division, Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics Pvt Ltd.
He adds, “As this is the lean time, investors would like to invest their time to have a look at manufacturers’ offering. As a company we have grown three times in last 4 years. We will be showcasing our existing power electronics products and will try to understand their requirements through this event by interacting directly. Our product basket and service offerings have expanded.”
Products at Elecrama 2016Hitachi Hi-Rel would display its DSP based UPS system for industrial and IT applications along with DC UPS system, MV Drive and LV Drives, solar inverter and power UPS for enterprise applications.
Enhancing  businessSpeaking on the business opportunities expected from Elecrama, Brahmbhatt shares, “Elecrama is the best platform to showcase our strength, products and solutions offering and we would like to encash this opportunity to strengthen our brand value and visibility, to strengthen our business relations and ultimately to boost our sales funnel.”
Recent industry statusNowadays, the electrical and industrial power electronics industry is looking for compact, energy efficient and reliable power electronics equipment. Industry is also looking for TCO (Total Cost of Operation) for product life cycle rather than the one time purchase cost. Furthermore detailing on the recent performance of electrical equipment market in India,  Brahmbhatt states, “It seems that no much CAPEX activities are being executed or planned with respect to capital goods investment.”
He further adds, “ ‘Make In India’ theme may help the industry and we are expecting few good things may happen in the nearest future.”

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Hitachi Hi-Rel showcases its power electronics products

‘Make In India’ theme may help the industry and we are expecting few good things may happen in the nearest future.
— Aniruddh Brahmbhatt, AVP – Sales & Marketing – Industrial UPS Division, Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics Pvt Ltd
  Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics  expects a huge number of footfalls from the whole power electronics industry – end customers, EPC contractors and consultants at Elecrama 2016, says Aniruddh Brahmbhatt, AVP – Sales & Marketing – Industrial UPS Division, Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics Pvt Ltd.
He adds, “As this is the lean time, investors would like to invest their time to have a look at manufacturers’ offering. As a company we have grown three times in last 4 years. We will be showcasing our existing power electronics products and will try to understand their requirements through this event by interacting directly. Our product basket and service offerings have expanded.”
Products at Elecrama 2016Hitachi Hi-Rel would display its DSP based UPS system for industrial and IT applications along with DC UPS system, MV Drive and LV Drives, solar inverter and power UPS for enterprise applications.
Enhancing  businessSpeaking on the business opportunities expected from Elecrama, Brahmbhatt shares, “Elecrama is the best platform to showcase our strength, products and solutions offering and we would like to encash this opportunity to strengthen our brand value and visibility, to strengthen our business relations and ultimately to boost our sales funnel.”
Recent industry statusNowadays, the electrical and industrial power electronics industry is looking for compact, energy efficient and reliable power electronics equipment. Industry is also looking for TCO (Total Cost of Operation) for product life cycle rather than the one time purchase cost. Furthermore detailing on the recent performance of electrical equipment market in India,  Brahmbhatt states, “It seems that no much CAPEX activities are being executed or planned with respect to capital goods investment.”
He further adds, “ ‘Make In India’ theme may help the industry and we are expecting few good things may happen in the nearest future.”

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