Toshiba Johnson Elevators (India) Pvt. Ltd. (TJEI) has secured an order for the design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of 62 elevators at the International Tech Park Pune, Kharadi (ITPP-K).
International Tech Park Pune, Kharadi, is poised as the future-ready destination that aims to offer state-of-the-art infrastructure and premium office spaces measuring 2.5 million sq. ft is being developed by CapitaLand Ltd, one of Asia’s largest diversified real estate group headquartered in Singapore.
The project spreads over 17 acres and is located in the eastern growth corridor of Kharadi. It is proposed to be a mixed-use development built in two phases designed to cater to the tailored needs of IT and BSFI enterprises and offers quality campuses that take care of employee well-being.
Elated by their order win, Katsuhiko Sato, Managing Director, Toshiba Johnson Elevator (India) Pvt. Ltd. said, “This order from the prestigious M/s CapitaLand developers is testimony to our unwavering focus on quality and safety along with excellent after-sales services. Bringing the industry expertise & cutting-edge technology to the International Tech Park project, Toshiba has revolutionised the ride comfort and raised the benchmark for the vertical transportation solutions in India and abroad.”
Of the 62 elevators, 46 elevators will feature Toshiba’s first 2.5 meters per second (m/sec) machine room-less technology combined with the destination control system.
Continuing its growth momentum, TJEI has established a foothold in 17 of India’s major cities and is working with over 200 renowned customers across the country. Demonstrating its long-term commitment to India, TJEI established a Training Centre & Distribution Centre (TCDC) in Chennai to further improve the efficiency of on-site work. “We have registered a YoY CAGR of over 15 per cent in the last seven years. We will continue to focus on improving quality and make investments in engineering facilities that will allow us to bring to market, highly reliable products”, added Sato.