Finolex Cables launches MCCB range, strengthens presence in industrial switchgears market

The launch of MCCB will help the company in getting into the Rs 2000 crore strong industrial switchgear market
Finolex Cables launches MCCB range, strengthens presence in industrial switchgears market
New Delhi
Finolex Cables, one of the leading electrical companies in India, has forayed into the molded case circuit breaker (MCCB) product category to strengthen its presence in the domestic and industrial switchgear market. Manufactured with the latest technology, these will be available in differential ratings, ranging from 63 to 800 Amps in various pole configurations. The switchgears have been introduced in 5 different frame sizes across the country. The MCCB launch will further strengthen the switchgear basket of the company and will give Finolex Cables access to the enormous and robust industrial switchgear market to serve its retail and panel builder clients.
Deepak K Chhabria, Executive Chairman, Finolex Cables Ltd, commented, “As a leader in India’s electrical industry, Finolex is committed to develop technologically advanced products and solutions that meet industry needs, through technical innovation. The introduction of MCCBs is our latest step in delivering quality products to the industry. With our comprehensive product portfolio and its diverse applications, we continue to meet the requirements of a wide range of customers.”
The MCCBs have been developed for use in applications like LT panels, control panels, etc. The MCCBs come with different breaking capacities along with required frame sizes. The low voltage switchgears provide centralised control and protection of low voltage power equipment and circuits in industrial, commercial and utility installations involving transformers, generators, motors etc.
Speaking on the new product launch, Amit Mathur, Head-Sales& Marketing, Finolex Cables Ltd, said, “The industrial and OEM segment has been a stronghold of the company. We at Finolex have been servicing industrial/OEM clients for long time across product categories like flexible cables, communication cable, auto cable, solar cable, LT/HT cables, etc. Now with the introduction of industrial switchgear, we shall further leverage upon our relationships with industrial clients. Importantly, the launch of MCCB will help us in getting into the Rs 2000 crore strong industrial switchgear market. In which we are aiming to be an important player by offering quality products for the targeted panel builder & retail outlet community.”
Finolex Cables has been steadily expanding into the electrical segment with a product range that includes electric water heaters, fans, miniature circuit breakers (MCBs), Switches and Lighting products.  Its home products such as electrical switches, lights, fans and water heaters have been well-accepted, and are gaining traction in the market. Finolex Cables remains focused on growing this consumer-focused range steadily and continues to leverage their brand equity with the aim of becoming a complete electrical products company and a strong B2C player. The investments made by the company will be a source of competitive advantage, enabling them to capitalise on the unfolding opportunities and expand its business growth.
Finolex Cables Ltd is India's largest and leading manufacturer of electrical and telecommunication cables with a turnover in excess of Rs 32 billion. The company started its operation with the manufacture of PVC insulated electrical cables for the automobile industry. Besides a wide variety of wires & cables, the company is also manufacturing lighting products, electrical wiring accessories, switchgear, fans and water heaters.  The company has manufacturing facilities at Pimpri and Urse in Pune as well as at Goa and Uttarakhand. The company has, over the years, established its reputation as an innovative leader and quality manufacturer by continuously upgrading technology, modernising manufacturing facilities and maintaining highest standards of quality and services.
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