Citadel Intelligent Systems opens optical fiber manufacturing facility in Mumbai

Vasai facility, which also houses engineering center, will be the second facility of the company, which is aiming to double its production and customer-base
Mumbai
 
Bangalore-based Citadel Intelligent Systems Ltd (CIS), a pioneer in customised optical fiber connectivity manufacturer, has inaugurated a manufacturing unit and engineering center at Vasai, Mumbai. The Vasai unit will be the second manufacturing base for CIS, after its first unit at Whitefield in Bengaluru. 
 
K K Shetty, Managing Director, CIS, commented, “We are really excited to announce our new manufacturing unit and engineering center in Mumbai. With the new unit combined with geographical advantage and availability of skilled workforce, we are set to go all out and cater to the growing optical fiber requirements of the Indian and international markets. The engineering center will focus on designing customised products for telecom & infrastructure sector for India and rest of the world. While our Bangalore facility focuses on enterprise, hyperscale datacenter, aerospace & defense, our Mumbai facility will exclusively focus on providing end-to-end connectivity solutions in telecom and infrastructure sector. The new unit will help us to improve our revenue significantly and scale up our capacity based on the market demand.” 
 
Abhinandan Sharma, Sr. Vice President, Citadel Intelligent Systems, added, “Our new manufacturing unit is sprawled over 11,000 sq ft, which will equip world-class and finest manufacturing setup with 40-50 employees initially. Backed by the new unit and engineering center, CIS will offer a wide range of quality and reliable optical fiber products and solutions for its customers in telecom, fiber-to-the-home (FTTH), infrastructure projects, security & surveillance, and smart city projects. The engineering team at Vasai is uniquely positioned to innovate world class products by leveraging their vast experience and expertise in the field of fiber connectivity.”
 
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