Ieema TrafoTech point is to adjust transformer particulars, structure, assembling and site upkeep systems for the protected and dependable lattice task and to get ready for future long haul arranging of the retirement and substitution of high positioning appropriation transformer by utilities and transformer's producer before disappointment happens.Indian Electrical & Electronics Manufacturers’ Association (IEEMA) is the apex industry association of electrical equipment, industrial electronics and allied equipment manufacturers in India. The Association member companies have contributed to more than 95% of power equipment installed in India.
IEEMA at a glance
Founded in 1948
IEEMA has a pan India presence with Corporate office in New Delhi, Registered office in Mumbai and regional offices in Kolkata and Bangalore. IEEMA has regional representatives in Lucknow, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Guwahati, Raipur, Bhubaneshwar, Srinagar and Hyderabad.
Turnover: $ 42 billion
IEEMA members represent a combined annual turnover in excess of USD 42 billion and have contributed to more than 95% of the power equipment installed in India.
IEEMA provides interactive forums like seminars, conferences, workshops, and training programmes for knowledge sharing, adoption of best practices and networking opportunities for manufacturers, utilities, professionals, international experts and organisations.
Formulating Indian Standards
IEEMA works closely with government agencies, utilities, standardisation bodies, research & development organisations and testing institutes for formulating Indian standards for the electro-technical industry and developing energy efficient products.
ISO Certified Industry Association
IEEMA, the first ISO certified Industry Association in India, has complete value chain in power generation, transmission and distribution. Its membership base, ranging from public sector enterprises, multinational companies to small, medium and large companies, gives IEEMA a truly national representative character.
Exports: USD 4.5 billion
India’s exports of electrical equipment are around USD 4.5 billion.