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CTC Global and Gupta Power partner to manufacture high performance ACCC conductors

CTC Global and Gupta Power announce that they have established a partnership to produce, distribute, market and sell ACCC electrical conductors in India using CTC Global’s internationally patented ACCC conductor core and settled the litigation filed by CTC Global relating to the enforcement of its patents right in India.

CTC Global will provide Gupta Power with CTC Global’s patented carbon fiber ACCC composite core in a range of sizes. Gupta Power will manufacture and deliver ACCC conductors tailored to meet the growing needs of India’s electric transmission and distribution utilities.

CTC Global’s CEO J.D. Sitton stated: “CTC has worked long and hard to develop its technology, its products and to defend its patent rights. I am pleased that Gupta Power has embraced and respected CTC’s efforts and look forward to working with Gupta Power in the coming years to deliver value-based products to serve growing customer demand in India.”

Mr. Mahendra Gupta, MD, Gupta Power added: “Our endeavour, for the past 5 decades, has been to achieve excellence in manufacturing innovative and premium quality products. We have always catered to the growing demands of our customers and consumers in the utility sector. We believe in dedicating ourselves to the service of the people. We are extremely delighted to have established a strong working relationship with CTC Global and are looking forward to extending relationships with many Indian utilities by fulfilling the growing demand for ACCC conductor.”

The agreement between CTC Global Corporation and Gupta Power marks the beginning of what is expected to be a long and successful partnership. The addition of Gupta Power to CTC Global’s growing list of international manufacturing partners will provide improved regional access and customer support for the high-performance, energy efficient ACCC conductor. ACCC conductors have already been deployed to over 600 project sites in over 50 countries to help improve the efficiency, capacity, reliability and resilience of electric power grids around the world.

Companies: CTC Global

Industries: Electrical, Electronics, Telecoms & Appliances

Terms: Business

This article has been edited by Basalt.Today
This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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