Mitsubishi Electric To Launch NEXIEZ-LITE MRL Elevator In India - GADGETS & INNOVATIONS

Breaking

Post Top Ad

Post Top Ad

Saturday, March 30, 2019

Mitsubishi Electric To Launch NEXIEZ-LITE MRL Elevator In India



New machine room-less model to be sold exclusively in India


Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that its subsidiary Mitsubishi Elevator India Private Limited (IMEC) will launch the NEXIEZ-LITE MRL elevator, an Indian-produced model that does not require a machine room, on April 1. The model will be added to the NEXIEZ-LITE series of elevators for midrise and low-rise residences, office buildings and hotels in India, the world’s second-largest elevator market. Manufacturer IMEC aims to sell 1,000 units in 2021.

Mitsubishi Electric’s NEXIEZ-LITE MRL Elevator

Main Features of NEXIEZ-LITE MRL
1)        Machine room-less model meets special needs in Indian market
-     Responds to Indian-market needs, including demands for architectural design freedom and effective usage of floor space
2)        Local production shortens delivery time and reduces costs for greater competitiveness
-     Newly developed, locally produced model creates new opportunities for machine room-less elevators in India, which previously had to be imported from Japan and Thailand
-     Local production avoids customs gduties, lowers transport costs, and quickens delivery and installation

Sales Details


Background
The elevator market in India continues to expand as the national economy grows. Annual demand for new installations in the fiscal year ending in March 2019 is believed to have totaled about 52,000 units, second only to China, and is expected to continue rising. Up to now, machine room-less elevators manufactured in Japan and Thailand have been supplied to India. In view of the local demand for architectural design freedom and effective usage of floor space, however, IMEC decided to introduce the NEXIEZ-LITE MRL in the NEXIEZ-LITE series, which is sold exclusively in India. Mitsubishi Electric and IMEC now look forward to providing customers with safe and reliable products and services in the expanding Indian market.
Overview of IMEC



Contribution to the Environment
The model uses a gearless hoisting machine with a permanent magnet motor and LED lighting inside the car for reduced power consumption.


TOKYO, March, 2019

No comments:

Post a Comment

Subscribe To Comment

Post Top Ad