Genus Power Infrastructures To Dispose Off Its Kotputli Unit In Rajasthan (15-Nov-2010)
Genus Power Infrastructures board has decided to sell or dispose off the Kotputli unit of the company situated at SP-4-2, Keshwana, (Kotputli), Dist-Jaipur-303108 (Rajasthan) as going concern. The approval is subject to consent of the members and subject to other necessary approval of the appropriate authority. The company board took this decision at its meeting held on November 12, 2010.
Genus Power Infrastructures is engaged in the manufacture and distribution of electronic energy meters, power distribution management projects, hybrid microcircuits, inverters, batteries, home UPS and online UPS in India and abroad. The company is part of $300 million Kailash Group.
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