What is India deprived of? Unfortunately, quite a few things. Education, infrastructure, alleviation of poverty – the list is quite long. But one commodity can go a long way to help generate the essentials missing from the country, and that is power. But with power itself in short supply, how can we hope to educate properly, and generate a livelihood for our people? There must be constant power, and an economical and reliable way of meeting the power deficit.
This dire need has been met outstandingly by one company, Su-Kam. Su-Kam has worked tirelessly for 12 years to bring a range of power back-up products, with an aim to provide affordable, reliable power back-up. Conscious that these needs vary from family to family and workplace to workplace, the product range covers several types of power back-up technologies, in various price bands, so that everyone finds a solution that suits him best.
Leading from the front, Su-Kam’s innovations and ingenuity have given rise to inverters, UPS systems and batteries that are cheap to buy and run, reliable, and extremely environment-friendly. With its own state-of-the-art R&D facilities and manufacturing plants, Su-Kam passes the benefits of home-grown technologies and manufacturing to its consumers. Thus, it provides high performance at low costs.
Su-Kam has transformed the lives of people, both in India and abroad, and emerged as the true Indian multi-national corporation. And the public’s love for Su-Kam is plain to see. Look at this group of Su-Kam customers from Gurgaon, Haryana – Mr. Ashutosh, Mr. Inder, Mr. Jay Ram, Mr. Rupender, Mr. Subodh Gautam, Mr. S. B. Gill, Ms. Aarti Muttana Singh and Mr. Anil Sharma. They have all used their respective Su-Kam machines for a number of years, and have felt that nothing else matches up to the performance of these products, and the service back-up of the company.
As a direct result of constant power, their lives have been healed and uplifted. They move forward, confident in the comfort that they will always have power behind them!
Contact info of the above customers:
Mr. Ashutosh: House No. A-14/21, DLF, A-Block, Phase – I, Gurgaon, Haryana.
Mr. Inder: House No. 16/6. DLF, Phase – I, Gurgaon, Haryana.
Mr. Jay Ram: House No. U-28/10 , White Town House, DLF, Phase – III, Gurgaon, Haryana.
Mr. Rupender: House No. B-30A, Sun City, Sector – 54, Gurgaon, Haryana.
Mr. Subodh Gautam: House No. C- 18/7, Ground Floor, Road City, Gurgaon, Haryana.
Mr. S. B. Gill: House No. K2/14, Ground Floor, DLF, Phase – II, Gurgaon, Haryana.
Ms. Aarti Muttana Singh: House No. G-18/24, DLF, Phase – I, Near Silver Rock Apartments, Gurgaon, Haryana.
Mr. Anil Sharma: House No. E-60, Ground Floor, Sector – 54, Sun City, Gurgaon, Haryana.