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Havells India Limited or HAVELLS

It was incorporated in 1983, and it is a billion–dollar company. It is also one of the largest & fastest growing electrical and power distribution equipment manufacturer in India with the products ranging from Industrial & Domestic Circuit Protection Switchgear, Cables & Wires, Motors, Water Heaters, Power, fans, Capacitors, CFL Lamps, Luminaires for Domestic, Commercial & Industrial applications and commercial and industrial electrical requirements, and the Modular Switches covering the entire gamut of household. The company also owns some of the prestigious global brands such as Crabtree, Sylvania, Concord, and Luminance & Linoleate. Along with the 94 branches or representative offices and over 5000 professionals in 50 different countries across the globe, the group has achieved a rapid pace in success within the past few years. It has the 12 states of the art manufacturing plants in India which are located at Baddi, Haridwar, Noida, Faridabad, Alwar, Neemrana, and other six plants of the art manufacturing plants which are located across Europe, Latin America and Africa to churn out globally acclaimed products. It is a name synonymous with both excellence as well as the expertise in the electrical industry. It consists of 20,000 strong global distribution network which prompts to service the customers. The company has acquired several International certifications such as KEMA, CSA, CB, CE, ASTA, SEMKO, CPA, and SIRIUM in Malaysia, SPRING in Singapore, TSE in Turkey, SNI in Indonesia and EDD in Bahrain for many different products. Today, the Havells and its related brands have emerged as the most preferred choice in electrical products for discerning the individuals as well as industrial consumers both in India and overseas. And in an attempt to transform itself from an industrial product company to a full consumer products company, Havells has also launched many consumer electrical products such as CFLs, Fans, Modular Switches, and Luminaires. Also, this company has been consistent in its brand promotion with the sponsorship of Cricket events such as the T20 World Cup, or the India–Australia Series and the IPL Season first, second and third as well. The company has also taken an innovative initiative to reach directly to its consumers via 'Havells Galaxy' which is a one-stop shopping place for all the electrical and lighting requirements.

Some of the Products:

The company manufactures the products such as industrial and domestic circuit protection switchgear, cables and wires, motors, fans, CFL lamps, power capacitors, luminaires for domestic, commercial and industrial applications, modular switches, and bath fittings which also cover the entire range of all the household, and business and industrial electrical requirements.

The Milestones:

  • 2014:
  • It has introduced fan Category under the Standard Brand.
  • 2013:
  • The company entered the business of Self Priming Monoblock Pumps.
  • 2012:
  • The company launched the Flexible Copper Cables under the Standard brand.
  • The company launched the Crabtree XPRO Switchgear
  • The Set-up of new Lighting Fixtures plant in Neemrana
  • It installed India's first large scale lighting fixtures plant at Neemrana, Rajasthan.
  • 2011:
  • The launch of Domestic Appliances
  • The Set-up of new Industrial Switchgear Plant in Sahibabad
  • A Start of a new range of Control Gear Cosmic Star series
  • 2010:
  • The launch of the Havells brand in US & Mexico
  • The Sets up 2nd unit for Fan manufacturing at Haridwar.
  • It acquired a 100% interest in Standard Electricals
  • The Sets up World's First New Generation CMH Lamp Plant at Neemrana.
  • It enters into Electric Water Heaters business.

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