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EMCO Obtains Order From PGCIL For 765 kV Transmission Lines

Mumbai, March 12, 2009 –- EMCO Ltd., an Indian electrical goods manufacturing company and an end-to-end solution provider in the power transmission and distribution sector, has obtained five orders worth Rs. 550 crores from M/s. Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL). This is one of the largest 765 kV overhead transmission line order placed by PGCIL.

EMCO has been awarded these projects after surpassing a stringent qualification requirement from the client and against very stiff competition. The orders also involve supply of galvanized steel towers from the company's facility located at Asoj, Gujrat.

About EMCO Limited

More than four decade old listed and reputed company, synonymous with electrical goods manufacturing and as an end-to-end solution provider in the transmission and distribution segment of the power sector. It is the third largest manufacturer of transformers in India and a player in electronic energy meters and turnkey electrical substation and transmission line projects up to 765 kV.

It has seven manufacturing facilities: three for transformers, two for meters, two for transmission line towers with 12 marketing offices across the country and 1700 employees. All its plants are ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certified. EMCO's products and services have left their permanent footprints in more than 30 countries around the world. The core values of EMCO hinge upon customer centricity, reliability, ownership, result orientation, trust and integrity, openness and transparency are the guiding principles that propels the organization towards achieving its vision of building a world class company through reliability and being a great place to work.


Kalpana Chitre,

Hanmer & Partners

+91-98928 06188 / 022 – 6752 4642.

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