Aditya Birla Insulators, the largest Indian manufacturer
of high voltage porcelain insulators, is a subsidiary
of Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd. World class technology
and cost competitiveness produce high quality
insulators at state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities.
A recipient of the Capexil's top export award and
special export award during the last 18 years,
the company has also bagged awards from the President
and Prime Minister of India for exports excellence.
The world's fourth largest manufacturer of electrical
insulators, with an extensive product range that
includes hollow, solid core, disc, pin, post insulators,
finding applications in substation equipment and
in transmission systems.
Aditya Birla Insulators caters to the entire spectrum
of sub-station and transmission insulators. It
specialises in the production of high strength
equipment porcelains for use in SF6 circuit breakers,
instrument transformers, condensor bushings, disconnectors
and insulators for the traction system of the
Indian Railways, and high end transmission products
up to 765 KV system voltages.
Aditya Birla Insulators is the preferred partner of a global clientele
that includes leading power utilities and national
and international power equipment manufacturers.
Its products are exported to over 58 countries
worldwide, with focused markets in Europe, America,
Middle East, Africa and China.
801-802, Gunjan Tower
Near Alembic Petrol Pump
Alembic - Gorwa Road
Tel: +91 265 308 3669, 308 3670
Fax: +91 265 308 3668
P.O. Meghasar, Taluka: Halol
Tel: +91 2676 221 002
Fax: + 91 2676 223 375
P.O. Prabhas Nagar, Rishra
West Bengal 712249
Tel: +91 33 2762 3535, 2672 9413
Fax: +91 33 2672 2705
Birla Insulators: product enquiry
A US $40 billion corporation, the Aditya Birla Group is in the League of Fortune 500. It is anchored by an extraordinary force of over 136,000 employees, belonging to 42 different nationalities.
The sunny side of human nature
The Dalai Lama's teachings focus on the Buddha dharma as an instrument that helps one keep the mind always in a good frame, writes Mrs Rajashree Birla in The Speaking Tree