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Hitachi Receives 58 Elevators Orde

New Delhi, India, February 17, 2015 – Hitachi, Ltd. (“Hitachi” / TSE: 6501), Hitachi Elevator Asia Pte Ltd, which is the supervising company for Hitachi's elevator business in Southeast Asia, India, and the Middle East, and Hitachi Lift India Pvt. Ltd. (“Hitachi Lift India ”), which is an elevator and escalator marketing and service company in India, today announced that they have been awarded an order for 58 units of elevators from L & T Parel LLP for their premium residential project “Crescent bay” in Mumbai, India. “Crescent Bay ”, a 6 tower luxury residential project is strategically located at Parel in Mumbai. It has been acknowledged as one of the best designed residential projects in the country , winning awards of "Residential project of the year-2014" and "Best design and internal layout (Mumbai) award". The residential project offers a tranquil setting with the Arabian sea as its backdrop offering world class amenities like a Sky Deck with jogging track at 300 ft, a club house replete with a swimming pool, squash and badminton courts, indoor game room besides a host of fitness and lifestyle amenities. The order 58 elevators includes 46 units of 4 m/sec high speed elevators, making it one of the largest high speed elevator orders of this type for Hitachi and 12 units of medium speed shuttle lifts which will be to cater for residents load from the parking area provided in each tower . These elevators will be equipped with advanced technology , such as earthquake operation functionality , which enables lifts to evacuate rapidly to the nearest floor when its sensors detect that the building is swaying as the result of an earthquake and regeneration system, which saves power during different load conditions. The cars will be also driven with “Future Reference- T rajectory Control” which is a function of group control system aiming to minimize the long waiting period by operating elevator cars at equal time intervals while forecasting future trajectory . This “Future Reference- T rajectory Control” also helps in Energy Saving by reducing the number of cars. An additional advanced technology named instantaneous reservation and service forecasting, which assigns the elevator immediately to the passengers on receiving calls and indicates by flashing lanterns of assigned elevator , has also been provided for the project. Moreover, the cars will be designed aesthetically with etched stainless steel mirror. Hitachi established Hitachi Lift India in January 2008 and began full scale operations in the elevator and escalator market. Since then it has secured several orders and has been engaged in the installation and maintenance of its products, including high speed elevators for luxury residences, hotels and offices. Hitachi lift India currently operates in all major cities in India, such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Hyderabad, Gandhinagar and has plans for expansion to other cities soon. Hitachi is strengthening the global rollout of the Social Innovation Business and will continue to expand its elevator business, which is an essential vertical transport infrastructure for urban centres. It will continue to offer safe, comfortable and high quality products to the rapidly growing Indian market.

 
     
 
   
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