Localization Of LV Control Gear & Switches Production

OVERVIEW

This opportunity entails setting up a manufacturing / assembly plant for LV control gear & switches.

KSA has massive plans to increase transmission capacity, amounting to ~69,000 Ckt km of high voltage lines and ~250,000 MVA of high voltage substations (cumulative 2017 – 2030). Similarly, planned additional distribution capacity to amount to ~69,000 Ckt km for high voltage lines and ~219,000 MVA for high voltage substations (cumulative 2017 – 2030).

Beyond KSA, major regional capacity additions are planned to service the double-fold regional demand growth. Plans to increase regional transmission capacity beyond KSA amount to ~259,000 Ckt km of high voltage lines and ~775,000 MVA of high voltage substations (cumulative 2017 – 2030). Similarly, planned additional distribution capacity to amount to ~1.9 million Ckt km for high voltage lines and ~819,000 MVA for high voltage substations (cumulative 2017 – 2030).

The KSA LV control gear and switches market is estimated at USD 60 million in 2017 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2%, to reach a value of USD 74 million by 2030.

With forecasted market growth, multiple opportunities exist to localize the LV control gear and switches production value chain. The main focus of this opportunity is on manufacturing and assembly of LV control gear and switches:

  • Manufacturing: pressing, forming and winding of copper parts, spot welding, injection molding of plastics, printing, out working, PCB assembling, dipping
  • Assembly: combined assembly of copper parts, PCB assembly, electrical and electronic components

However, opportunities also exist in LV control gear and switches testing which includes,

  • Inspection, testing for short circuit, voltage test, quality tests

 

 

 

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