8th Jun 2018 | 19:17 PM IST

Free Research Report – KEI Industries Ltd

KEI Industries limited, established in 1968 as a Partnership Company and a player in the power cable segment and one among the largest cable manufacturing companies in India. The Company has three segments: cable, stainless steel and turnkey projects. Cables segment consists of extra high voltage (EHV), low tension (LT), high tension (HT) power cables, control and instrumentation cables, winding wires and flexible and house wires (WW HW). Stainless steel wire (SSW) segment consists of stainless steel wire. The Company’s product offerings include thermacouple extension / compensating, rubber cables, elastomeric cables, single/ multicore flexible wires, submersible cables, braided cables, and zero halogen cables for sectors, such as power, oil refineries, railways, automobiles, cement, steel, fertilizers, textile and real estate..The company also in the business activities of Cables, Turnkey Projects, Stainless Steel Wire. Read More>>

 

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