India is the second-largest market after China in the transmission towers sector, contributing to over 15 percent of the global market. India being a developing nation, the demand for electricity to support economic growth is on continuous rise. There is need for the installation of new transmission and distribution infrastructure to keep pace with trends as well as replacement of ageing infrastructure. The growth prospects for this sector are driven by greater emphasis on grid reliability, and spread of new urban and rural load centres arising from urbanisation and rural electrification. Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (POWERGRID) is an Indian central public sector unit and a Maharatna company, owned by the Ministry of Power, Government of India and transmits about 50% of the total power generated in India on its transmission network.

T&D sector in India is transforming in terms of capacity and technology adoption. With focus on bridging last mile connectivity, Central and State governments are investing considerably in inter-intra state grids creating opportunities for T&D players. Various generation mixes like thermal, hydro, nuclear and renewables being implemented and planned by Govt. of India to augment the demand for an equivalent T&D infrastructure. Expansion in industry and infrastructure like railways, airports, oil & gas will only add to the growing demand for T&D network across the country driven largely by government investments in this space.

We offer segment specific products to ensure application suitability as well as value addition for improved corrosion resistance.

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MonopolesLattice TowersHigh Mast Poles
Steel Grades - HR: IS 2062 E250/E350, ASTM A 572 Gr 65/E450