Delta expands its operations in India

  Power and thermal management solutions provider Delta India Electronics expand its R&D and manufacturing operations with new facilities in Bengaluru and Hosur respectively. At Elecrama 2016, the company announced its plans to develop smart energy management solutions at its new R&D centre which is expected to create up to 500 engineering jobs within the next 3 years.
“Within the next 10 years, Delta’s new factory in Hosur will create up to 20,000 jobs for the manufacturing of power electronics, renewable energy and automation solutions,” the company said.
James Ng, chairman of Delta Electronics (Thailand), parent company of Delta India, said, “Delta recognizes the potential of India to become a powerhouse in manufacturing and its need for high energy efficiency which is one of Delta’s core competences. We believe our new R&D centre in Bengaluru will be instrumental in the creation of innovative and energy-efficient technologies that will support the realisation of national initiatives such as ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’.”
The new R&D centre is expected to create up to 500 high-tech jobs within the next three years and focus on technologies such as mega-watt scale power conversion and power quality. The new plant in Hosur is expected to start operations in early 2017 and will supply the local marketplace with smart, high-efficiency telecom power systems, industrial automation solutions, UPS, renewable energy inverters and converters as well as solutions for display and monitoring.
Delta was one of the multinational companies invited by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to the opening event of “Digital India” in July 2015.

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