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  • We are Power Transmission Tower, Wind Turbine Tower manufacturer, hope to become your reliable supplier.

    Qingdao Wuxiao Group Co., Ltd. was established in 1993, located in Jiaozhou Bay of Qingdao, which is also a large-scale comprehensive industrial group. Upholding the development concept of 'Revitalize the country by science and technology, return the country with industrial developments', through many years of development, the company now covers an area of over 600,000 square meters, owns total assets of RMB 1.38 billion, employs more than 2,000 staffs, annual production capacity can reach 300,000 tons. The company owns seven subsidiaries — Qingdao Wuxiao Tower Co., Ltd., Qingdao Wuxiao Pipe Making Co., Ltd., Qingdao Sanyu Mechanical & Electrical Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Qingdao Jiaheng New Energy Equipment Co., Ltd., Qingdao Wuxiao Logistics Co., Ltd., Suihua Wuxiao Electric Power Equipment Co., Ltd. and Inner Mongolia Sanxing Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.

    Our main products include:* steel towers and similar steel structures for power transmission, microwave communication, broadcasting, telecommunication and television purposes; land and offshore wind turbine tower; large wind turbine tower flanges and forging rings; large-diameter thick-wall straight-seam welded steel pipes etc.*

    We have a developed management system, and has aquired the certification of GB/T 19001-2008 idt ISO9001: 2008 standard, GB/T 24001-2004 idt ISO14001: 2004 standard and GB/T 28001-2001 idt OHSAS: 2001 standard. The company has obtained Transmission Steel Tower Production License, Broadcasting, Telecommunication Steel Tower and Mast Production License, Pressure Vessel Manufacturing License, Chinese Steel Structure Manufacturing Enterprise Qualification Certificate (Special Grade), Physical and Chemical Testing Certificate for Steel, Transmission and Transformation Tubular Structural Product Qualification Certificate, as well as a number of commendations and honorable certificates of various grades, which witness the company's continuous improvement in scientific and standardized processes. Over the years, the company has been contributing to the national power project construction, and has won high praises from clients. Qingdao Wuxiao Group Co., Ltd. returns every customer with enthusiastic attitude, excellent quality and considerate services. Adhering to the service tenet of 'making customers more satisfied', the company sincerely welcomes friends from all over the world for visit, idea-exchange and cooperation!

    Welcome to visit our company or scan our web site:

    Best Regards,


    Qingdao Wuxiao Group Co., Ltd.

    Add: No. 553, East Lanzhou Road, Jiaozhou Country, Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China

    Attn: Tom

    Tel: +86-532-81120580

    Fax: +86-532-82275396

    Mob: +86-15105325323

    Post code: 266300



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  1. 1. PTTI<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />Corporate Presentation<br />January 2011<br />1<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  2. 2. PTTI<br />Vision statement<br />To become global player in <br />Power Transmission, Telecom,<br />Energy Sector and a significant player<br />In other related businesses and providing <br />Superior value to all <br />Stakeholders <br />2<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  3. 3. The Team<br />PTTI<br /> Rajesh Ganatra<br /> Director<br /> primarily responsible to carry out the strategic plans and policies as established by the board of directors.<br />As Company will engage a team with good marketing plan and material procurement plan and with well experienced technical consultants for product design, process know how and for operational requirements, product quality and high production levels as envisaged can be maintained.<br />3<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  4. 4. Market Summary<br />PTTI<br />PRESENT INDIAN SCENARIO AND MARKET PROSPECTS<br /> Transmission towers are one of the pillars of the telecommunication and the power sector. The tower manufacturing industry today caters mainly to the telecom and power sectors in the country. Telecom companies and Power transmission .<br />companies are facing the challenging task of meeting the growing demand and aggressive roll-out plans. These companies rely on specialists to get the signal transmission / power transmission equipment ready for their roll­outs. The companies could be either only tower suppliers or turnkey solution providers who provide all services from designing to erection of towers. These players need to meet stringent quality requirements and also need to be capable of meeting the changing requirements of the telecom and power industries. <br />4<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  5. 5. PTTI<br />Prior to the telecom reforms/privatisation the telecom density was just 2%, which was quite low compared to any other developed countries having 70-80% telecom density. At present the telecom density is about 12% and expected to raise upto 20% by the year 2007.<br />Here tower companies India based on the number of towers:<br />5<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
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  7. 7. PTTI<br />As new players come along, the tower business will be intense as it would be difficult for a new player to build its own infrastructure. <br /> <br />The Indian wireless industry, with a 32% penetration, is only second after China in terms of subscribers at 325 million. Most of this growth has come from urban India where penetration is close to 60%, but in rural markets it's less than 15%. And it's here that the industry sees the largest opportunity for growth. The challenge, though, for Indian telecom operators is the average revenue per user (ARPU), which, at less than $7, is one of the lowest in the world. This figure drops significantly when one moves into rural and semi-urban areas, and is estimated to be as low as $2.<br /> <br />The telecom regulatory Authority of India has estimated that 3,30,000 towers will be required for the year 2010. <br /> <br />The market is expected to witness 17% p.a. growth from 2008-2015 with the estimated requirement of 554,000 towers by 2015.<br />7<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  8. 8. PTTI<br />POWER TRANSMISSION SECTOR<br />The power sector has been identified by The Government of India as a key sector of focus. It has embarked on an aggressive mission - "Power for All by 2012<br /> <br />If power generation expands, it is but natural that the entire chain of transmission and distribution will also have to be enhanced so power reaches where it is supposed to reach. So around Rs 380,000 crore is expected to be invested in the transmission sector in the 11th and 12th Plans. Unlike the global norms, wherein the investment ratio between generation and transmission is 1:1, in India it is far less at 1:0.4. But this should improve in favour of transmission in future<br />8<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  9. 9. PTTI<br />Even in the current plan, transmission network is expected to be increased nearly 50 per cent and transformation capacity about 70 per cent. Investments totalling Rs 115,000 crores are expected in the 11th plan. Almost half of these investments will be made by Power Grid Corporation of India as it intends to double transmission capacity across the national grid. In the first two years of the current plan (FY08 and FY09), the company has spent only 27 per cent of the targeted.<br />investment, which means that the rest will flow in the remaining three financial years. That means more orders for transmission towers.<br />Orders from state utilities are expected to accelerate too. State electricity boards have also become active and a number of tenders are expected to be floated. Additionally, the ultra mega power projects, namely Mundra, Sasan, Krishnapatnam and Tilaiya, will entail an investment of around Rs 5,000 crores for setting up a transmission system.<br />9<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  10. 10. PTTI<br />And then, there is also the global opportunity. Owing to the financial crisis, the $404 billion international market was in a limbo for the past one year, and this affected the order inflows of Indian companies. But with economic activity picking up across the globe now, order books could swell again. Africa and the Middle East are said to be high-growth markets: These two regions offer immense opportunities on account of their need for a better power transmission network, funding support from multilateral agencies, huge power generation plans and increased spending by oil-producing countries.<br />10<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  11. 11. The Planning Commission expects the Indian economy to grow at 9-10% a year through 2012. To achieve a targeted growth rate of 10%, power generation must increase at a rate of 10-12%. Though the ministry of power has estimated electricity demand to grow at 7.5%, it is expected that the demand would surpass the ministry's estimates by a fair margin. Tower construction cost forms 22-25% of the total cost of the power transmission and distribution lines. India's transmission perspective for the 10th & 11th five year plans focuses on the creation of a National Grid in a phased manner by adding over 60,000 km of Transmission Network by 2012. The cumulative Inter-regional Grid capacity (currently at 9450 MW) had been planned to be raised to 37150 MW by the end of the 10th five-year plan.<br />11<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />PTTI<br />
  12. 12. Hence market prospects for tower manufacturing sector may be considered as bright. With expanding market and better penetration of mobile telephony in the rural India, there will be enormous market potential for supply of telecom towers, even though the end users are seriously involved in tower sharing with other service providers. Similarly huge investments to be made for power generation and power transmission during the Eleventh & Twelfth Plan period, provide excellent opportunities for supply of telecom towers. Hence there is an excellent scope for making new investment in manufacturing of telecom and transmission towers.<br />12<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />PTTI<br />
  13. 13. Business Concept<br />13<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />PTTI<br />
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  18. 18. PTTI<br />13 Profitability ratios<br />(based on fourth year performance )<br /> Profit before interest, depreciation and tax-------------------------------------------------------- 11.39%<br />Gross sales income<br />Profit before interest and tax------------------------------------------ 21.24%<br />Capital employed<br />Profit after tax to Equity share capital 47.80 %<br />Break even income Rs. 7769.00 lakhs<br />Cash break even income Rs. 5339.00 lakhs<br />18<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  19. 19. PTTI<br />Business units<br />Power<br />Distribution<br />Railways<br />Telecom<br />& design<br />Transmission<br />Business Head Business Head Business Head Business Head<br />BUSINESS HEADS<br />• Turnkey<br />• Railway<br />• Substation<br />• Telecom<br />electrification<br />transmission<br />towers<br />• Distribution<br />• Earthwork<br />lines upto<br />• SCADA<br />• Design<br />• Bridgework<br />1200KV<br />• OPGW<br />services<br />• Platform<br />• Tower testing<br />Network<br />• Balance of<br />Construction<br />• Hotline<br />plant<br />up to 765KV<br />• Track laying<br />stringing<br />• Signaling<br />19<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  20. 20. Goals and Objectives<br />PTTI<br />PTTI people will increase shareholder value by aggressively pursuing growth and profit opportunities that leverage our engineering, manufacturing, distribution, information management and financial services expertise. We grow profitably<br />PTTI will achieve its sells target of Rs. 500 cr. In next five years.<br />PTTI will be the leader in providing the best value in Power , Telecom and Wind mill Towers , various industrial steel structures and support services for customers dedicated to building the world's infrastructure and developing and transporting its resources. We provide the best value to customers.<br />PTTI is dedicated to improving the quality of life while sustaining the quality of our earth. We encourage social responsibility.<br />20<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  21. 21. PTTI<br />Key success factors<br />relationships between manufacturing capabilities and business unit<br />Excellent vendor<br />relationships & volume<br />Strong prequalification<br />based procurements<br />Status<br />The<br />quality, delivery dependability, flexibility, and the ability to compete with low prices.<br />16 years of work experience <br />in handling business<br />PTTI<br />advantage<br />State of the art<br />Dedicated, skilled work<br />designing capabilities<br />executive management's ability to use manufacturing capabilities and those of other functional areas to achieve business unit goals and targets.<br />force with cross country<br />project execution<br />capability<br />21<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  22. 22. Financial Plan<br />PTTI<br />22<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
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  24. 24. PTTI<br />Transmission And Distribution Line Safety Symbols<br />24<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
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  26. 26. PTTI<br />Opportunities & challenges<br />CHALLENGES<br />OPPORTUNITIES<br />Strong market growth in power and <br />Telecom sector by center for monitoring <br />Indian economy<br />Delay in Government spending on<br />»<br />»<br />power<br />Increased spending on Transmission in<br />Volatile commodity prices (steel,<br />»<br />»<br />Middle East, Africa and Africa;<br />zinc, aluminum, cement)<br />opportunities in countries where <br />not yet present<br />Over capacities & competition from<br />»<br />Old Players<br />PGCIL spending on track; SEBs picking<br />»<br />up<br />Additional allocation to APDRP & RGGVY<br />Availability of quality manpower to<br />»<br />»<br />to intensify Distribution growth<br />cater to growth<br />in<br />With the advent of 3G, large scale<br />»<br />opportunities for telecom in the offing<br />26<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  27. 27. PTTI<br />Transmission & Distribution: overview<br />TRANSMISSION: India/ South Asia<br />DISTRIBUTION<br />India<br />»<br />11th Five Year Plan<br />»<br />› PGCIL - tenders to be floated for about<br />» Continue with APDRP* scheme to reform<br />Rs.5,000<br />crs (USD 1b ) p.a. i th 11th<br />in<br />the urban distribution and reduce the<br />Five Year Plan<br />AT&C losses across India to less than 15%<br />› State Electricity Boards - coming up<br />levels<br />with investments in 400KV<br />» Continue with RGGVY* to achieve 100%<br />Transmission lines<br />village and household electrification, to<br />for T<br />Transmission<br />› T t l XIth plan outlay f<br />achieve `Power for all by 2012' National<br />Rs.140,000 crs ( USD 28bn) [Central<br />Electricity Policy target<br />Rs.75,000 crs., States Rs.65,000 crs.]<br />APDRP*<br />»<br />Nepal / Bhutan/ Bangladesh/Sri Lanka<br />»<br />(USD 8bn) to be invested in<br />» Rs.40,000 crs (<br />› Mid size/ small size projects b i<br />transmission and distribution<br />floated<br />RGGVY*: Power for All by 2012<br />»<br />TRANSMISSION: International<br />› Electrification of villages: Outlay Rs.<br />24,000<br />crs (USD 4.8bn) & Electrification<br />of all rural households: Outlay Rs.16,000<br />IEA estimates USD 6.1 trillion of<br />»<br />crs. (USD 3.2bn)<br />investments in T&D sectors during 2005-<br />2030 (transmission USD1.8tn, distribution<br />USD4.3tn)<br />Large scale opportunities in Africa and<br />»<br />Middle East<br />India, Middle East and Africa to account for<br />»<br />upto 18% of that spend<br />APDRP: Accelerated Power Development Reforms Programme<br />RGGVY: Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidhyootikaran Yojana<br />27<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  28. 28. PTTI<br />Transmission & Distribution: client list<br />Africa<br />Middle-<br />East<br />CIS<br />C<br />Am<br />N<br />Eas<br />Asi<br />Sou<br />Asia/<br />India<br />28<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  29. 29. PTTI<br />Transmission & Distribution:<br />market players<br />INDIA<br />ASIA PAC<br />EUROPE<br />KEC<br />Hyundai<br />Inabensa<br />Kalpataru<br />Harbin Power<br />Cobra<br />Jyoti<br />HG Power<br />Isolux<br />L&T<br />Hyosung Power<br />Elecnor<br />Gammon<br />Viscas<br />Electromontaz<br />Tata Projects<br />Xlan<br />Energoinvest<br />Isolux<br />SAG<br />AFRICA<br />Inabensa<br />ETDE<br />Cobra<br />Opti Power<br />ELTEL<br />I Comm<br />Kahrif<br />MIDDLE EAST<br />Aster<br />Karakib<br />EMCO<br />El-Sewedy<br />NCC<br />Bajaj<br />Hidelco<br />ETA<br />Deepak Cables<br />Elject<br />Gulfar<br />EMC<br />MEEDCO<br />TURKEY<br />Best & Crompton<br />SPIC<br />Emtamitas<br />Sa-Ra<br />STFA<br />29<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  30. 30. PTTI<br />Railways<br />OVERVIEW<br />CLIENTS<br />Large Potential in the Indian Railways<br />»<br />sector<br />11th Plan Outlay (2008-2012) – Rs.<br />›<br />200,000 crs. (USD 50bn)<br />Major Projects- Eastern & Western<br />›<br />MARKET PLAYERS<br />Freight Corridors, Monorails in<br />metros, Delhi–Mumbai Industrial<br />Signalling &<br />Electrical<br />Corridor (DMIC)<br />Telecom works<br />works<br />Kalindee<br />L&T<br />›<br />McML<br />IRCON International<br />huge opportunities within<br />BharatRail<br />SPIC sumo<br />composite project space -<br />Kiran Udyog<br />ECI<br />earthwork, platform construction,<br />MR Trading<br />Cobra<br />signaling, etc.<br />AR Rail<br />Best & Crompton<br />Aster<br />Tata Projects<br />›<br />Alkon Builders<br />Fedder’s Lloyd<br />VN Reddy<br />Talupala<br />Major investments in Railways planned<br />»<br />Vijay Wargi<br />Sikka Enginnering<br />by countries in Gulf, Africa and South<br />Civil Infra works<br />East Asia<br />IRCON International Ltd<br />IVRCL<br />L&T<br />Hindustan Construction Co<br />Gammon India Ltd<br />C&C Ltd<br />Simplex Infra Ltd<br />AFCONS<br />DS Construction<br />Nagarjuna Const. Co<br />Soma Enterprises<br />ERA Construction Co<br />30<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  31. 31. PTTI<br />Telecom<br />OVERVIEW<br />CLIENTS<br />Domestic<br />»<br />Current Indian mobile subscriber base in<br />›<br />excess of 525<br />10-12 million being added every month<br />›<br />Auction for 3G spectrum ended<br />›<br />Increased bandwidth and transmission<br />›<br />requirements, strong upside for tower<br />manufacturers<br />Industry forecasts indicate that more than<br />»<br />350,000 towers with estimated capex of Rs.<br />60,000 crs. (USD12bn) will be required in<br />MARKET PLAYERS<br />the next two years<br />EPC<br />Application<br />International<br />»<br />projects<br />ICOM<br />Africa and Middle East, where subscriber<br />Aster<br />Comtel<br />›<br />growth continues<br />GTL<br />ITI<br />ICOM<br />Karamtara<br />TCIL<br />ABB<br />Currently bidding for tower requirements<br />›<br />in Greece and Spain with service<br />ARCON<br />HFCL<br />Areva<br />providers<br />R.S. Steel<br />GTL<br />S&C<br />R.N. Infra<br />Tejas<br />Siemens<br />Ganges<br />Aster<br />GE<br />Deepak Galvanisers<br />Sujana<br />31<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  32. 32. PTTI<br />Future growth plans<br />35<br />32<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
  33. 33. PTTI<br />Multi-pronged growth strategy<br />Transmission<br />Consolidate<br />Distribution<br />EPC<br />Telecom<br />Substation<br />Grow<br />Railways<br />Transmission<br />BOO<br />Asset Ownership<br />Telecom<br />33<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />
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  35. 35. PTTI<br /> Thank You <br />35<br />Power-Tele Towers Infrastructure<br />