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MGE UPS Systems launches its India subsidiary

Written by: Staff

Bangalore, July 6: The MGE UPS Systems, the second largest manufacturer of Uninterrupted Power Supplies (UPS) and services for increasing business continuity worldwide, today launched its Indian subsidiary, to exploit Growing UPS market, Company President and Chief Executive Officer Claude R Graff said today.

Mr Claude told newsmen here that the UPS market in India is growing at the rate of 30 to 38 per cent per year and MGE which had presence in the country for a decade now has decided to tap the Indian market further.

He said India's rapid economic growth and expansion of data centres, financial services and industrial businesses was driving the need for reliable power protection.

The opening up of the Indian operations was in line with the company's strategic move and to take further its presence by offering the customers with absolute protection for their critical applications.

He said that the MGE PowerServices Program, was the largest factory-direct service organisation in the world providing innovative and advanced power management solutions.

Mr Sanjay Sainani, Managing Director MGE India, said that with the Headquarters in India MGE expand its operations by setting up six regional offices, 10 branch offices and various resident engineers throughout India by the year-end, ensuring prompt response to power problems and service requests in less than four hours across the country.

He said that the MGE India would offer a full range of equipment including UPS systems, power distribution units, complete power supply solutions for VoIP nd WFi, static transfer switches, harmonic filters, surge suppressors and also advanced power management solutions.

Replying to a question Mr Sainani, said there was no proposal at present to have a manufacturing base in India. The Products would be shipped out of France and China.


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