Transrail's 'Lighting Infrastructure' business to soar heights
Integrated Power Transmission and Distribution Company, Transrail Lighting, is experiencing a growth trajectory in its Lighting Infrastructure business. The company expects its lighting infrastructure division's revenue to grow at a healthy 15-17% CAGR over the next three years.
The company made foray into lighting infrastructure business in the year 2010 with setting up of a state-of-the-art lighting pole manufacturing and galvanising facility at Silvassa, U.T. Since then, the company has designed, manufactured and installed over 2 Lakh poles and 6,000 high masts. In its first year of operations, the company successfully won and executed two marquee projects of high masts at Pallekele Cricket Stadium at Candy, Sri Lanka and Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium (Sahara Stadium) in Pune, India.
With an innovation driven business strategy, the company has emerged as one of the leading players in Lighting Infrastructure business in India. It is the first company to create the largest gantry structure in India at a highway in Maharashtra measuring 110 meters. Transrail has also manufactured and type-tested structures for railways and Nagpur Metro. These structures are expected to set a new trend for all future Metro rail projects in India. Another innovation to Transrail's credit is 'Curved Poles' that it has installed on Sahar Elevated Road at Mumbai International Airport. Transrail is the only company in India that has Pole Bending Facility.