Kito Indian Subsidiary – Armsel Writes 400-Hoist Order for Bangladesh Energy Firm
Kito Indian Subsidiary - Armsel Writes 400-Hoist Order
for Bangladesh Energy Firm
Armsel Mhe Pvt. Ltd., the Indian subsidiary of industrial hoist and crane maker Kito Corporation (head office: Nakakoma-gun, Yamanashi Prefecture; President: Yoshio Kito), has written an order from the Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB), a state-run thermal energy organization, for 400 manual chain hoists. The deal results from a winning bid by Bangladesh distributor - Seyam Syndicate Limited. BPDB will use Kito's reliable, high-quality hoists in maintenance of various facilities and equipment at its thermal power plant.
"Kito's manual chain hoists are small, light and excel in operability and durability. They are easy to carry around, so many have been used in thermal power plants before. In this particular project, where high quality is an absolute must, I strongly believe Kito products will contribute to safety and customer confidence." (Armsel President Shin Kimura)
Kito Manual Hoist M3 Series well known for its features of small, light and durable.
Bangladesh Power Development Board
BPDB is a statutory body established by presidential order in 1972 to supply energy mainly to urban areas except Dhaka and West Zone of the country. It is taking part in a plan to substantially expand generation capacity to meet the nation's rapidly growing energy needs. (http://www.bpdb.gov.bd/bpdb/ )
Armsel Mhe Pvt. Ltd.
Since its acquisition by Kito in 2010, Armsel has been supplying value-added cranes for use in the steel, oil, energy and other infrastructure-related industries. Based in Bangalore, one of India's rapidly growing economic centers, the firm is working to expand sales of Kito-brand component products.