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India : TELK is aiming to flourish in 765 KV class transformer market.

Transformers and Electricals Ltd, Kerala-based announced that it is planning to expand 765 KV class transformer market space, with an overseas parter for transfer of technology.

According to the release, "The company, which has regained its financial health, retained its technical competency, and its ability to design, engineer and manufacture the best quality transformers in the country, is now looking optimistically at 765 KV class transformer market space for which efforts are going on for tie-up transfer of technology from a proven overseas partner'.

It will also play a dynamic role in the transformer space for 220kv, 400kv and 765 kv voltage levels.

It was established in 1963 by the state Government for the growth Design, Manufacture and Supply of Power Transformers in India, and in coaction with M/s Hitachi Limited, Japan.

In 1977, TELK was the first firm to construct 400 kv class transformers, in India and the 1st Thermal Unit in the country was put up by TATA Power at Trombay and the Generator Transformer, which was engineered and manufactured by TELK.

At present, TELK is a zero debt and dividend paying firm with positive net worth of over Rs 116 crore and has also come out of the purview of BIFR and has many customers comprising all State Electricity Boards, NTPC, NPC, PGCIL, DVC, NLC, BBMB, TATA Electric Company, Torrent Power Limited, L&T, Siemens, ABB, BGR, LANCO and VA Tech.

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Title Annotation:Transformers and Electricals Ltd
Publication:Mena Report
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:9INDI
Date:Dec 17, 2012
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