HFCL bags work orders worth Rs 73.39 crores for supply of UBRs and optical fibre cables

HFCL to supply unlicensed band radios and optical fibre cables to leading players in the industry.

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HFCL Limited on Thursday announced it had received two purchase orders worth Rs 73.39 crores for the supply of unlicensed band radio (UBRs) and optical fibre cables. The company received a purchase order of Rs 51.09 crores from one of the leading private telecom operators in the country for the supply of UBRs.

The company received another purchase order worth Rs 22.30 crores from one of the leading EPC players in the country for the supply of optical fibre cables. The company manufactures optical fibre cables at its state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities located in Goa, Hyderabad, and Chennai.

The UBRs are indigenously developed, designed, and manufactured in India and are sold not only in India but also across the global market.

This contract demonstrates the confidence of private telecom operators in adoption of HFCL’s indigenously manufactured products for expanding their existing network infrastructure. This repeat order shows trust that our customers have in us and in the quality of our products,” said HFCL in a press release.

The UBRs along with their accessories will be supplied by September 2022 whereas the optical fibre cables will be supplied by June 2022 as per customer specifications. The purchase order includes various types of optical fibre cables.

HFCL had earlier on May 31 announced the purchase orders of Rs 237.25 crores from one of the leading private telecom operators in the country for the supply of optical fibre cables. The various types of optical fibre cables will be supplied by October 2022 as per the customer specifications.

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Basil keeps an eye on the latest happenings in the Telecom sector. In his free time, you can find him streaming the Premier League which he started watching in 2013.

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