Vikram Solar, one of India’s leading module manufacturers and a prominent rooftop solar & EPC solutions provider, is opening a new office in Framingham, Mass. This decision advances the goal of minimizing barriers like time zone differences and enhances the ease of doing business through quicker responses in business communication.
In addition to the corporate headquarters in West Bengal, and branch offices across India, the company has international offices in Germany, Latin America, Africa, Japan, Singapore and China. This is Vikram Solar’s second office in the US, as the company also has a presence in New York.
“In today’s world, having an international presence helps companies align themsleves with the local customer’s expectations. Our decision to further expand our presence in the US market is not only to help build up the global image of Vikram Solar, but it also speaks volumes towards our commitment as a long term player in the US market,” said Mr Gyanesh Chaudhary, MD & CEO, Vikram Solar.
Mr Jay Sharma, Head- Business Development, USA said “The new office will help in further strength-ening Vikram Solar’s presence in the USA market and towards expanding into the Canadian market as well. A physical office facilitates smoother logistics through easier communication in production up-dates and eases the placing of orders for USA buyers with multiple choices of delivery.”
Vikram Solar’s annual PV Module production capacity stands at 1 GW. The company’s products comply with the international standards of quality, reliability and performance. As a fully forward- integrated Solar EPC solutions provider, Vikram Solar deploys world- class technology to design, install and com-mission solar projects worldwide.
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