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2010 | Slide 2 .India: Country of opportunity Growing GDP ~ 8% Buoyant Index of Industrial Production – reaching ~17% growth Stable interest rates fostering investment Continuing government spend on infrastructure Financial market supporting capex in private enterprise Increasing international participation in developing mega projects Demand for power growing – more projects reaching financial closure Power capacity addition envisaged in 11th Plan: 78.700 78 700 MW © ABB Group December 31.
018 employees Low Voltage L V lt Products 3. motors for discrete automation and process industries © ABB Group December 31.913 employees 2009 revenues Power P Systems 17.809 MINR 415 employees Process P Automation 13.584 MINR 1.042 employees ABB s ABB’s portfolio covers: Electricals. 2010 | Slide 3 .601 MINR 1. automation.580 MINR 1. controls and instrumentation p generation and for power g industrial processes Power transmission Distribution solutions Low-voltage products PLCs.494 MINR 1.485 employees Discrete Automation and Motion 14.How ABB in India is organized Five global divisions Power P Products 21. variable frequency drives.
India – Country management team Bazmi R Husain Country and Sub-region Manager Amlan Dutta Majumdar Chief Financial Officer Bapsy Dastur Legal and Compliance B Gururaj Company Secretary Raja R Human Resources Juliane Lenzner Communication and Investor Relations OHS TBA Prakash Nayak Power Systems Pitamber Shivnani Power Products R Narayanan Discrete Automation and Motion GNV Subbarao Process Automation Tommy Andreasson Low Voltage Products S Karun Country service manager Ranjan De Account Management Global account manager.TATA Madhav Vemuri Global engineering and services N Venu Front end sales © ABB Group December 31. 2010 | Slide 4 .
in the plants that generate our power and throughout our homes. on the trains we ride and in the facilities that process our water. crossing oceans and on th sea b d i d the bed.Power and automation are all around us You will find ABB technology technology… orbiting the earth and working beneath it it. in the fields that grow our crops and packing the food we eat. 2010 | Slide 5 . © ABB Group December 31.
500 21 1. 2010 | Slide 6 .000 28.000 2006 15.500 2015 2030 © ABB Group December 31. World Energy Outlook 2008 ABB power and automation solutions are: 30.000 20 000 12.000 0 10.000 30 000 Terrawatt-hours (TWh) +79% 79% Meeting rising demand for electricity Increasing energy efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions Improving productivity to raise competitiveness of businesses and utilities 20.Helping customers optimize their energy use Forecast rise in electricity consumption by 2030 Source: IEA.
2010 | Slide 7 .Ground-breaking and nation-building projects Pushing the boundaries of technology First Fi t commercial i l Mine hoist for largest wave power plant potash mine Longest underwater L t d t power link First platform connected to mainland grid Most M t remote offshore t ff h wind farm linked to grid Europe’s largest thermal solar power plant Largest battery Longest and highest capacity power link it li k Largest SVC installation Longest conveyor belt Automation of largest alumina plant Largest SCADA network Longest underground power link Largest reverseosmosis desalination Power and automation of plant Substation in world’s largest chemical tallest building cellulose plant Largest gearless mill drive (for crushing ore) First 600 kV power link © ABB Group December 31.
reliability and efficiency in the grid A pioneer in smart technologies Challenge Ch ll ABB solution l ti Delhi. 2010 | Slide 8 .Improving capacity. India: Improve g p reliability in grid serving 53 million people in Karnataka Network management with realg time control Key building block for smart grid © ABB Group December 31. India: State of the art. India: Electrify one of the largest metro projects in Asia Custom engineered SCADA solution Maximum efficiency . turnkey electrification solution for thermal power plant that supplies increased power to western grid Bangalore. optimal space use with minimal losses Modular eBoP solution for 300MW generating units that provide optimized and integrated solutions for complete plant electricals Maharashtra.
. drives and motors Elimination of hardware communication between MCC and DCS by using g Profibus communication with intelligent MCC © ABB Group December 31.Tackling society’s challenges on path to low-carbon era Helping customers do more using less Challenge Ch ll ABB solution l ti India/Bangladesh: Provide a complete automation solution for world’s longest trans national. 2010 | Slide 9 . single-belt conveyor India: Help the largest steel blast furnace in India maximize their production efficiency Custom engineered System 800xA control solution Energy efficient drives and motors 800xA t 800 A automation solution h l ti l ti helps to increase productivity from 7850 tons per day to 9000 tons per day India: Complete electrical and automation solution for one of the largest cement manufacturers in the world Composite solution with p p plant electrics.
drawing talent from pp y. 2010 | Slide 10 .Our ambition. people Collaborative: Combined talent of local and global workforce results in leading-edge solutions for our customers Creative: New answers come about from complex problems by looking at the familiar from unfamiliar angles Compliant: We share a sense of responsibility for the customers we serve and the communities we work in in. We support a competitive. g around the world to bring new perspective to any challenge we face. Cross-cultural: We encourage diversity. valuedifference and support individuality. exceptional insight and a partnership approach. What makes ABB a success? Our people. your legacy. free enterprise system. © ABB Group December 31. Consultative: We believe in solving customer problems with in-depth understanding.
2010 | Slide 11 .B Bangalore l Global Corporate Research Center 14 Manufacturing facilities g 23 Marketing offices 4 Training centers 8 S i centers Service 3 Logistics warehouses Listed on Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange.Strong local presence in sales. India HARIDWAR FARIDABAD KOLKATA VADODARA NASHIK MUMBAI BANGALORE MYSORE Head office Key K manufacturing/ project units f t i / j t it © ABB Group December 31. service. and manufacturing ~8000 – employees l 550 – channel partners Head ffi H d office. engineering.
newest factory 2010 for Wind Mill Generators. much of which supplies local demand Global factories for Power Products. Vadodara International quality certification (ISO 9001. Low Voltage Products and Discrete Automation and Motion Manufacturing facilities have unique energy savings systems such as solar panels for energy and water recycling systems © ABB Group December 31.18001 certified) Manufacturing and/or assembly performed in locations across India. 2010 | Slide 12 .Long history of local investment in manufacturing Long history of local manufacturing and investment in the region – first manufacturing facility 1967 in India.14001.
Global Corporate Research Center Established in 2002 in India R&D footprint with 40% of BUs Lifecycle support for over 30 products 29 invention disclosures approved No. 2010 | Slide 13 . IISC Bangalore. IIIT Bangalore Research cluster areas Control and optimization Industrial communications Industrial software systems Network management systems 800xA Robotics and drives © ABB Group December 31. of engineers: 1000+ University cooperation with IIT.
2010 | Slide 14 . Minerals. delivering engineering for prestigious projects worldwide Local delivery of a variety of projects ranging from aluminum smelter electrification to inter-state electrical grid control inter state © ABB Group December 31. Gas & Petrochemicals. Substation Automation and Power Generation Engineering operation centers located in Bangalore and Chennai with 700 employees. PIP.Engineering centers Process A t P Automation and P ti d Power S t Systems Process competencies – Process Automation Metals. Pulp & Paper. Oil. Marine and Plant Electrification Process competencies – Power Systems Grid Systems.
JSW “Invisible” substation solution to power help power city of Bangalore. Bhushan Group Delivery of automation and power solutions to help power a stadium in Delhi for the Commonwealth Games 2010 Robotics painting solution for Tata Motors Plant electrification and automation for steel plants around India. JSW. 2010 | Slide 15 .KPTCL g Distribution automation solution.Tata Steel Steel.Our customers Delivering reliable products and solutions to prestigious projects Automation solutions for various steel plants in India.Delhi airport new terminal 3 Network management solution that is the first step towards a smart grid in Karnataka KPTCL KarnatakaElectrification solutions for Delhi and Bangalore metros © ABB Group December 31.
teachers’ training and mid-day meals to schools Scholarship programs for engineering students Program for training and employing differentlyabled people Providing remote villages with access to basic g g electricity Greening projects at ABB locations and in cities where we are present Supporting the differently-abled Environment © ABB Group December 31. aid. 2010 | Slide 16 .Committed to making our communities even better Education Ed ti Providing infrastructure.
medium voltage b k f di lt breakers and d systems. process automation and robotics operation centers delivering engineering services overseas R&D establishment employing ~1000 people (over 700 engineers) © ABB Group December 31.India’s growing role in ABB Group 5th l largest contributor to the group business volumes t t ib t t th b i l Global factories set up recently Transmission relays Distribution relays Low-voltage motors – efficiency class 1 Low voltage Low-voltage breakers and switches Wind generators Examples: power t E l transformers. high voltage machines and automation panels Increased sourcing of products Power systems. 2010 | Slide 17 .
energy efficiency.Power and productivity for a better world ABB s ABB’s vision for India Continue to build the technology needed to meet the demand of tomorrow. 2010 | Slide 18 . today Preferred partner for renewables. industrial p productivity and g reliability y grid y Recognized good corporate citizen Preferred employer and talent source for ABB worldwide © ABB Group December 31.
2010 | Slide 19 .© ABB Group December 31.
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