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Toshiba Corp. has completed the acquisition of Vijai Electricals Ltd.'s power transmission and distribution (T&D) businesses. The acquired assets include power transformer, distribution transformers and switchgear businesses.

According to Toshiba, a new subsidiary, Toshiba Transmission & Distribution Systems (India) Pvt. Ltd. (TTDI), will run the acquired businesses and provide them with Toshiba's latest design, development and production capabilities in order to supply a wide range of T&D products globally as well as in India.

Toshiba says TTDI will also deploy businesses in other areas in India, such as extra-high-voltage and high-voltage direct current power transmission, static VAR compensators for high-voltage networks and railway power supply systems.


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