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CHINT Sri Lanka celebrates 10th anniversary; plans to empower Sri Lanka through Smart Energy


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CHINT Sri Lanka is celebrating 10 years of operations in the country and marked the occasion with a special ceremony that was held recently at the Cinnamon Grand Colombo. 

The event, organised by CHINT Electric Solution Ltd. and CHINT Energy Co Ltd. the distributor of CHINT in Sri Lanka, was graced by the presence of CHINT Energy Chairman Faham Nauman, Managing Director Kamil Hussain, CHINT Electric Solution Chairman Jun Hu, Zhejiang CHINT Electrics Company Sales Director – Asia Pacific Terrence Ding, Zhejiang CHINT Sales Manager – Asia Pacific Marisa Xia, global representatives from CHINT and a large audience of professionals related to the Energy Sector.

CHINT Energy Managing Director Kamil Hussain
 
Zhejiang CHINT Electrics Sales Director – Asia Pacific Terrence Ding
 
CHINT Electric Solution Chairman Jun Hu
 
Zhejiang CHINT Sales Manager – Asia Pacific Marisa Xia

With the recent change in the political landscape in the country, CHINT Sri Lanka believes that the island is set for a brighter future especially if the Government can bring about positive changes to the growing energy demand. In keeping with the company’s slogan to ‘Empower the World’, CHINT Sri Lanka aims to empower the country by introducing state-of-the-art smart energy solutions that utilises the company’s cutting-edge systems, platforms, components and designs.  

Founded in 1984, CHINT has grown rapidly and developed a vast global footprint in over 140 countries and regions with more than 30,000 employees worldwide. With annual sales of $ 10.5 billion in 2018, CHINT has ranked in the Top 50 Asian Listed Companies and Top 100 China Private Enterprises.

A number of leading consultants and experts from the Energy Sector were present at the event. 

The keynote address was delivered by Zhejiang CHINT Electrics Sales Manager – CHINT Power Transmission and Distribution Christine Yang on the topic Global Development Status and CHINT Business Model which was followed by speeches by Zhejiang CHINT Electrics Solution Business Department Manager Sarah Zhang, Zhejiang CHINT Electrics IEC Ambassador Technical Director Lim Say Leong and Zhejiang CHINT Electrics Senior Engineer Solution Business Department Ziyong Zhang.  

During the event, long-serving CHINT employees and outstanding distributors were also recognised and rewarded for their commitment towards CHINT’s vision in Sri Lanka. 

As the Exclusive Distributor, CHINT Energy will take CHINT’s vision forward in Sri Lanka. In order to enable this, the company has been strengthened with the arrival of a number of leading professionals and industry specialists with extensive experience in the island’s Energy Sector highlighting how the company’s vision has resonated amongst those who know the industry inside out. 

CHINT Energy markets a comprehensive collection of CHINT products that includes switches, sockets, MCCBs, breakers, contactors, starters, inverters, low voltage capacitors, meters, transformers, solar energy system equipment, industrial energy saving solutions, LED lighting and many more. 

Sharing his views, Kamil Hussain stated: “CHINT is a rapidly-expanding global player that is focused on providing the best smart energy solutions. In just 35 years, CHINT has reached the very top in the world, becoming the fourth largest electrical solution provider in the world and number one in China. Their outstanding levels of efficiency, commitment to R&D, quality of products and level of value addition have enabled them to reach the upper echelons of the global market. 

“We intend to make CHINT the benchmark in Sri Lanka when it comes to smart energy solutions. CHINT wants to add value to Sri Lanka, firstly by helping the Government reduce energy costs by utilising smart energy solutions and secondly, by boosting local manufacturing by commencing assembling of CHINT products in the 1st quarter of 2020 and exporting to the South Asian market in the second half of the year.”

Zhejiang CHINT Electrics Sales Director – Asia Pacific Terrence Ding stated: “We plan to help the Sri Lankan Government to build up the energy sector by bringing in smart energy solutions. Once the energy costs come down, foreign investors will be enticed to setup manufacturing plants in Sri Lanka as at the moment one of the key problems that is keeping them away is the higher energy costs when compared to some of the other Asian countries. 

“CHINT’s global rise is very much in line with China fast becoming a dominant player in the global market across different fields. For instance, if you take the telecom industry or even high-speed trains, China has become a global force and has even surpassed some of the bigger players in the market in terms of knowledge, innovation and technology.”


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