Technical Associates to tap into new markets

We would like to tap newer markets for our product  business verticals  overseas and also  look for the opportunities in renewal energy business domestically.
— Vishnu Agarwal, Chairman & Managing Director, Technical Associates Ltd
  Technical Associates has been regularly participating in Elecrama since 2010.  “Elecrama is the biggest showcase of the world of electricity. Elecrama brings together the complete spectrum of solutions, featuring not just equipment and technology, but leadership platforms for everything electric – from technical conferences to industry summit,” says Vishnu Agarwal, Chairman and Managing Director, Technical Associates Ltd.
Commenting on the company’s participation in Elecrama, Agarwal says, “This is an event to showcase the innovation in product design, technology which is a continuous process in the electrical engineering sector. In Elecrama 2016,  we intend to invite all our esteemed clients and prospective buyers of power and distribution transformers from India and overseas and appraise them about our engineering, manufacturing capabilities by especially showcasing features of  our state-of-the-art manufacturing plant.” Taping new markets  Elecrama is in fact an event packed capsule which is of tremendous value to the whole Indian  electrical Industry. It showcases the widest choice of products and technology across the spectrum. It is expected to have the huge participation of buyers, users and investors in electrical equipment segment  from  world over, especially from the developing world.
Therefore this exhibition  shall offer huge opportunity for the Indian companies to galvanise their businesses of  products and services not only in domestic market  but also overseas.
Elecrama is also a platform to get the valuable inputs on the  up gradation of technologies and latest trend in product design. This information is vital for continuous up gradation of product features to the benefits of customers and acquiring competitive edge.
Anticipating on the opportunities out of Elecrama, Agarwal says, “We expect that the due to the government’s ambitious plan of stepping up the power generations through  renewable means, there is going be a lot of  participation from all the stakeholders in this field, be it policy makers, investors or component manufacturers. Lot of new opportunities are, therefore expected to be explored during this event. We would like to tap newer markets for our product  business verticals overseas and also  look for the opportunities in renewal energy business domestically.”
Sign of growth Indian government has de-licensed the electrical machinery industry and has allowed 100 per cent foreign direct investment in the sector. Also, with many bilateral nuclear agreements in place, India is expected to become a major hub for manufacturing nuclear reactors and associated components. “Foreign participation in the development and financing of generation and transmission assets, engineering services, equipment supply and technology collaboration in nuclear and clean coal technologies is also expected to increase,” informs Agarwal.

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Technical Associates to tap into new markets

We would like to tap newer markets for our product  business verticals  overseas and also  look for the opportunities in renewal energy business domestically.
— Vishnu Agarwal, Chairman & Managing Director, Technical Associates Ltd
  Technical Associates has been regularly participating in Elecrama since 2010.  “Elecrama is the biggest showcase of the world of electricity. Elecrama brings together the complete spectrum of solutions, featuring not just equipment and technology, but leadership platforms for everything electric – from technical conferences to industry summit,” says Vishnu Agarwal, Chairman and Managing Director, Technical Associates Ltd.
Commenting on the company’s participation in Elecrama, Agarwal says, “This is an event to showcase the innovation in product design, technology which is a continuous process in the electrical engineering sector. In Elecrama 2016,  we intend to invite all our esteemed clients and prospective buyers of power and distribution transformers from India and overseas and appraise them about our engineering, manufacturing capabilities by especially showcasing features of  our state-of-the-art manufacturing plant.” Taping new markets  Elecrama is in fact an event packed capsule which is of tremendous value to the whole Indian  electrical Industry. It showcases the widest choice of products and technology across the spectrum. It is expected to have the huge participation of buyers, users and investors in electrical equipment segment  from  world over, especially from the developing world.
Therefore this exhibition  shall offer huge opportunity for the Indian companies to galvanise their businesses of  products and services not only in domestic market  but also overseas.
Elecrama is also a platform to get the valuable inputs on the  up gradation of technologies and latest trend in product design. This information is vital for continuous up gradation of product features to the benefits of customers and acquiring competitive edge.
Anticipating on the opportunities out of Elecrama, Agarwal says, “We expect that the due to the government’s ambitious plan of stepping up the power generations through  renewable means, there is going be a lot of  participation from all the stakeholders in this field, be it policy makers, investors or component manufacturers. Lot of new opportunities are, therefore expected to be explored during this event. We would like to tap newer markets for our product  business verticals overseas and also  look for the opportunities in renewal energy business domestically.”
Sign of growth Indian government has de-licensed the electrical machinery industry and has allowed 100 per cent foreign direct investment in the sector. Also, with many bilateral nuclear agreements in place, India is expected to become a major hub for manufacturing nuclear reactors and associated components. “Foreign participation in the development and financing of generation and transmission assets, engineering services, equipment supply and technology collaboration in nuclear and clean coal technologies is also expected to increase,” informs Agarwal.

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