ABB is pleased to announce that it has passed the half-million mark of protection relays from the Relion®
product family for power distribution sold worldwide. The 500,000th relay was sold to Tamco Switchgear (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, an established manufacturer of medium and low voltage switchgear in Asia and the Middle East which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro Limited, India’s largest engineering and technology company.
Tamco has been a growing customer of ABB in Malaysia mainly for protection relays which are used for their local and export projects.
To mark the occasion, a celebratory event was held on Tuesday, July 5, in Kuala Lumpur to hand over a commemorative plaque to Tamco. ABB was represented by Bruno Melles, Managing Director, Medium Voltage Products Business Unit and representatives from the local business unit whilst accepting the memento on behalf of Tamco was its Chief Executive Officer, Umesh Bharadwaj and the Tamco management team. The event marks an important milestone for ABB, in particular, in the proven track record of its Relion product family.
“As the recipient of 500,000th relay from the Relion product family, Tamco acknowledges the product’s performance and its acceptance by customers. Our commitment to offer globally benchmarked solutions is realized through in-house capabilities and select partnerships. We value our collaboration with ABB and look forward to a continued, mutually benefitting relationship,” said a Tamco statement.
“Innovation, reliability and performance are hallmarks of ABB’s Relion product family and we are delighted to celebrate this milestone with Tamco,” said Vinod Chopra, Vice President, Medium Voltage Products Business Unit in Malaysia. “Our protection and control relays are versatile and designed to improve the reliability and performance of power systems in major applications including power plants, oil and gas, major industries, rail as well as infrastructure.
The Relion product family offers a full range of genuine IEC 61850 products for the protection, control, measurement and supervision of generation, distribution, sub-transmission, and transmission systems.