ABB India Limited, formerly ABB Limited is a power and automation technology company. Its segments include: Power Systems segment (PS) offers turnkey systems and services for transmission and distribution for power grid and power plants. Power Products segment (PP) manufactures, engineers, supplies components to transmit and distribute electricity, improving power supply and energy efficiency. ABB is a global leader in power and automation technologies. The company employs 140,000 people and operates in approximately 100 countries. ABB has been successfully investing in the Indian subcontinent ever since and has steadily expanded its manufacturing, engineering and R&D footprint. Today, ABB employs over 10,000 people across more than 40 locations in Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka. ABB has 12 manufacturing sites on the subcontinent and one of its seven corporate research centers around the world is based in India. Our success has been driven particularly by a strong focus on research and development. The result has been a long track record of innovation. Many of the technologies that underlie our modern society, from high-voltage DC power transmission to a revolutionary approach to ship propulsion, were developed or commercialized by ABB. Today, ABB stands as the largest supplier of industrial motors and drives, the largest supplier of power grids and the largest provider of generators to the wind industry. Process Automation segment (PA) provides customers with integrated solutions for control, plant optimization and industry specific application knowledge. Discrete Automation and Motion segment (DM) provides products, with related services, that are used as components in machinery and automation systems. ABB is the product of many acquisitions and mergers, but primarily the 1988 coming together of ASEA of Sweden and Switzerland’s BBC, formerly known as Brown Boveri, two of the proudest and best known names in European electrical engineering history. In subsequent years, the combined business, which once included products as diverse as turbines and railway engines, was streamlined to focus on today’s priorities of power and automation. Low Voltage Products segment (LP) manufactures products and systems that provide protection, control and measurement for electrical installations, enclosures, switchboards, electronics and electromechanical devices for industrial machines, plants and related service.