SYSKA Group, a home grown brand specializing in lighting solutions with its LED Lights has invested approximately 170 crores in India.
With an aim to support government’s initiative of Make in India, SYSKA has set up over three manufacturing plants for its lighting products in the country. Headquartered in Pune, SYSKA is one of the few companies in its sector to invest heavily to start manufacturing plants in Shirwal, Rabale and Chakan.
SYSKA LED lights promote the creation of sustainable environment and also adoption of energy efficient lights. SYSKA is in line with government’s mission of Make in India for providing efficient lighting solutions.
The manufacturing plants will have a humongous production of lightings varying from bulbs, tube lights, panel lights, industrial lights etc. This investment by the SYSKA Group will also facilitate huge employment opportunities in the country.
“We have constantly tried to envisage and prioritize our investments in India with the aim to generate employment opportunities in the country making us the only Indian company in consumer electronics to invest heavily here. We are poised for phenomenal growth and are gearing up for a better India and a better tomorrow at SYSKA,” said director SYSKA Group, Rajesh Uttamchandani. Read More…
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