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Smart energy solutions provider CHINT expands footprint in APAC

CHINT, a smart energy solutions provider, continues its market expansion by establishing its presence in different countries in the Asia Pacific region. As a manufacturer of circuit breakers, the company is producing up to 3 million circuit breakers daily.

It also offers Power-to-Plug energy solutions to different countries around the world. 

Last year, the company inaugurated its APAC presence through the launch of its state-of-the-art Innovation Lab and Asia Pacific Headquarters in Singapore. Aside from the Philippines, the company also opened an office in Malaysia while expanding its market share in Indonesia, Vietnam, and Australia.

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In the Philippines, CHINT completed projects with Philippines Electric Cooperative such as the Sta. Barbara Substation and Mabiga Substation of Pampanga II Electric Cooperative (PELCO II), supply high-voltage electrical equipment and transformers to bring electricity to the Philippines’ rural areas, remote regions, and off-grid islands. It also plans to provide 10MVA HV Substation equipment for Oriental Mindoro Electric Cooperative, Inc. (ORMECO). 

Intelligent manufacturing

The company’s smart factories utilize intelligent manufacturing as a crucial element to enhance their production capacity and improve order delivery efficiency. By leveraging the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), CHINT integrates research and development, manufacturing, quality control, logistics, and warehousing to streamline its operations and ensure timely production. 

“We are one of the few companies in the industry that offers a combination of High Voltage, Medium Voltage, and Low-voltage products,” said Johnson Luu, director of APAC at CHINT. “With our complete range of products and solutions, coupled with our resilient transport network, we implement projects at top speed.”

CHINT’s intelligent manufacturing plant in Wenzhou, China, reduces production and operation costs by 43% and increases production efficiency by 335% compared with the traditional workshop.

The company invests in the training of local engineers and technicians, aiming to nurture more talents within this specialized field.

“Our goal is for our current and future employees to persistently reimagine smart energy and develop ground-breaking future-proof solutions to empower the world,”  said Eva Wong, director of Human Resources APAC at CHINT