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Okaya’ set to become world’s largest power tubular battery company from India by 2020


Delhi NCR, 13th October 2016: Okaya Power Limited, one of the country’s leading power back-up companies which has been successfully dominating the non-conventional power supply industry for nearly three decades, has set an ambitious target to  become world’s largest power tubular battery manufacturer from India by the year 2020.

“Okaya has already drawn a strategic roadmap to most quickly achieve this aggressive goal in the next couple of years,” said Mr. Rajesh Gupta, Director, Okaya Power Limited, adding that the company is currently focusing on strengthening its distribution network. “With our warehouses already present in 41 locations, we are covering 91% of the country and to make our distribution network more efficient, very soon we will be opening many more warehouses at different locations to achieve the target of setting up over 200 warehouses pan-India,” he added.

“Affordability, reliability, continuous innovations and unmatched servicing ability set us apart from our competitors and thus we are witnessing robust demand for our product line, especially in power tubular battery segment,” he informed. In the wake of rapidly growing power demand and to contribute in the growth story of India, Okaya is also working on manufacturing Solar Lighting System which it will soon introduce in the market.

‘Okaya’ is among the fastest growing battery brands in India with an installation base of more than 5 million batteries and a nationwide network of more than 40,000 dealers, 1400+ distributors, 41 branch offices and nine plants. Besides having a world-class manufacturing unit, it also has battery life testing equipments which give the company an edge in maintaining high standards in quality. ‘Okaya’ uses Japanese technology to produce durable and international-standard batteries. Okaya Power is one of the premier car, inverter & UPS battery manufacturing companies in India. The company has a vision to meet the power needs of modern India which is growing and developing fast.