ABB Ltd.

1303.3INR -73.55 ( -5.34%) VOLUME : 14625
    Average Volume
  • 5-Day 360,600.00
  • 20-Day 130,149.90
  • 3-Months 104,416.63

MARKET CLOSED

Price Table

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200 Day SMA GREEN: if Day's Closing is above 200-Day SMA
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22-Jan-20 1315.00 1315.35 1295.00 1303.30 1303.30 14,625 - - - - -
13-Jan-20 1379.40 1411.00 1370.10 1379.00 1376.85 37,463 56% 1,423.09 1,451.21 1,426.28 1,436.08
10-Jan-20 1337.40 1405.80 1331.50 1378.00 1372.40 147,240 25% 1,426.64 1,454.06 1,426.10 1,435.42
09-Jan-20 1319.00 1339.00 1285.00 1337.40 1322.10 49,113 38% 1,430.37 1,456.55 1,426.32 1,434.69
08-Jan-20 1300.00 1318.00 1285.05 1307.40 1310.70 16,798 47% 1,436.21 1,459.68 1,426.92 1,434.21
07-Jan-20 1298.00 1315.00 1289.00 1299.95 1306.75 27,246 39% 1,441.40 1,463.12 1,427.84 1,433.83
06-Jan-20 1321.95 1340.00 1275.00 1285.00 1287.00 31,293 54% 1,446.44 1,466.28 1,428.39 1,433.53
19-Dec-19 1447.05 1484.00 1447.05 1478.00 1476.00 90,154 63% 1,452.59 1,470.26 1,429.27 1,433.34

Performance

Key Data

Day High Low Range

Time Lowest Highest
10 AM 1301.45 1315.35
11 AM 1297.30 1315.35
12 PM 1297.30 1315.35
1 PM 1295.00 1315.35
2 PM 1295.00 1315.35

Company Profile - ABB Ltd.

ABB India Limited – ABB Share Price, ABB share Volume, ABB Candlestick Analysis, ABB share Analysis

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ABB India Limited, it is the company which was incorporated in India in the year 1949, it is also a leader in various power automation technologies. It includes techniques that enable industrial customers to improve their performance along with the less environmental impact. And today, it employs over 10,000 people in more than 40 locations across Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka. Also, it has 12 manufacturing sites on the subcontinent and eve ... n in one of its seven corporate research centers worldwide are also based in India.

If we go back to the history of this company, then it goes back to the late 19th century, and this makes it a long and illustrious record of both innovation and technological leadership in many types of industries. It has already been a helping hand for many countries all over the world to build, develop and maintain their infrastructures, and in recent years it has gone over from large–scale solutions to the concept of alternative energy and enhancing the advanced products and technologies in power and automation which constitute its Industrial offering. It is a global leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to help them and improve their performance with the less environmental impact on nature.

Some of the Product range of the company includes:

ABB India Limited - Power Products: 

These are the key components to transmit and distribute electricity. And the division incorporates ABB's manufacturing network for transformers, switchgear, circuit breakers, cables, and other associated equipment. It also offers all the services which are needed to ensure product performance & extend their lifespan.

ABB India Limited - Power Systems:

It offers turnkey systems and services for power transmission and distribution grids, & power plants. The substations and substation automation systems are key areas. Also, some additional highlights include flexible alternating current transmission systems (FACTS), high–voltage direct current (HVDC) systems & network management systems. During power generation, the power systems offer the instrumentation, and control and electrification of power plants as the division is being subdivided into four business units.

ABB India Limited - Automation Products:

This business serves customers with energy efficient and reliable products to improve customer's productivity, by including drives, motors and generators, low voltage products, instrumentation and analytical, and also power electronics. Approximately more than 1 million products, are shipped daily to the end customers and channel partners, which are spanning a wide range of industry and utility operations, including commercial as well as the residential building.

ABB India Limited - Process Automation:

Here, the main focus of this business is to provide customers with integrated solutions f1or control, planting optimization, and industry-specific application knowledge. Here, the industries served include oil and gas, power, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, pulp and paper, metals & minerals, marine & turbocharging. Some of the critical customer benefits also include improved asset productivity with energy-savings.

ABB India Limited - Robotics:

It is a leading supplier of industrial robots – also providing robot software and peripheral equipment, and modular manufacturing cells and service for tasks such as welding, handling, assembly, painting, and finishing, picking, packing, palletizing & machine tending. Some key markets include the automotive, plastics, metal fabrication, foundry, electronics, machine tools, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage industries. Also, a reliable solution would help to focus manufacturers on improving productivity, product quality, and even worker safety. It has worldwide installed approximately 160,000 robots.

ABB India Limited - The Milestones:

1949: Company was incorporated on December 24 and known as the Hindustan Electric Company.

1965: Company's name was changed into Hindustan Brown Boveri, also known as HBB.

1989: It was under the Scheme of Amalgamation of Asea Limited with the HBB with effect from January 1, and the name was further changed to Asea Brown Boveri, with the result from October 13, 1989.

1995: The Flakt India Limited was amalgamated with ABB with effect from October 5.

1994–95: It was a Joint Venture Company: – "ABB Daimler–Benz Transportation AG" (Adtranz) was being established by ABB Zurich and Daimler–Benz AG, Germany.

1996: It is a subsidiary of Adtranz which was incorporated in India viz. "ABB Daimler–Benz Transportation Limited which took over the Transportation Business of the Company."

1999: The power generation business was globally transferred into the new 50–50 JV with Alstom. And in India, the power generation business has been demerged and also transferred to the ABB Alstom Power India with effect from April 1, 1999. And in consideration of the transfer of the power business, each of the shareholders of ABB has been allotted with one share in ABB Alstom Power India for all the shares held in the company.

2001: (Step for Making Automation Easier):– The ABB has donated an online passport information kiosk to the Passport Office, Bangalore on Thursday, February 15, 2001.

2002: Asea Brown Boveri (ABB) announced the launch of several new and innovative products and solutions at Elecrama 2002.

2004: Reinforces company strategy of a range expansion to complete the value chain.

2005: Organization realignment and regional approach to enhance synergy and value creation.

2006: Group CEO Fred Kindle announces new units in Haridwar and Nashik.

2006: Integrated engagement plan to promote technology development in power and automation and foster industry-academia interface

2007: Company strengthens India commitment with significant expansion plans.

2008: Company has won the power order of Rs. 312–crore for Delhi International Airport Terminal (T3).

2009: Company sets up state–of–the–art manufacturing facility near Bangalore.

2010: Company inaugurates a global wind power generator factory in India.

2011: It was announced that it would make an investment of about US $ 24 million (Rs 115 crore) in a particularly new facility in India to start a new range of manufacture Miniature Circuit Breakers (MCB), the Residual Current Circuit Breakers (RCCB) and also the Surge Protection Devices (SPD). ABB inaugurated a new production line for miniature circuit breakers.

2014: The ABB had received a contract from Power Grid Corporation of India to construct a 400 kilovolt (kV) gas–insulated switchgear substation to boost transmission capacity in the southern region.