CNPV Solar Power SA, a public limited liability company organized under the laws of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and a leading integrated manufacturer of solar photovoltaic products, today initiated shipments to Navalakha Group, of Maharashtra, India, against their recently awarded contract to supply 7MWp High Performance CNPV Solar Modules.
CNPV was recently awarded an initial 7MWp supply contract after intense evaluation by Navalakha Group, competing at the outset with 20+ suppliers, shortlisted to three, and finally securing the agreement based upon the demonstrable financial value Navalakha Group can attain by using CNPV’s High Performance, High Power Solar Modules and the passionate detailed service commitment.
“We take pride in every facet of our activity,” asserted Mr. Satendra Navalakha, Chairman of Navalakha Group. “The completion of the project just marks the beginning of our responsibilities. Our solar PV selection process is tailored specifically to integrate into this philosophy and with CNPV we have found a supplier who not only delivers top quality High Performance Solar Modules with high energy yield, but also assists us in smooth execution of our project. Their support and co-ordination during and after the tender process has been consummate, and further re-affirms our belief that their solutions on longevity of the system will not only deliver an increased profit for us, but will further develop our credibility as a leading RE project developer.”
Mr. Jia Zhimin, CNPV’s CEO and Mr. Bypina Veerraju Chaudary, CNPV’s COO&CTO are clearly delighted at the evaluation: “We are overjoyed to hear first-hand reports from such an esteemed and reputable individual as Mr. Navalakha that quantify CNPV’s interactions and levels of service. So often within our industry we hear proclamations by suppliers of ‘excellent service and support’ but to our mind, it is only relevant when it comes from the recipient.”
Mr. Ponsekar, CNPV’s VP Sales for South Asia further added, “A hugely competitive market drives suppliers in 2 directions, either to cut prices with disregard to the customer’s true goals, or to fully understand the real needs of the end user and provide a techno-commercial offering specifically geared to fulfil the Company’s vision. The second option takes longer, but it is the backbone of the final agreement with the Navalakha Group. I am thoroughly delighted to have our involvement confirmed by the venerated Navalakha Group, and trust that this first delivery of 7MWp during December, will consummate a further 40-50MWp during 2013.”
To quote Navalakha group once more: “Miles ahead. Yet a long way to go judging by the many milestones of success…” The Navalakha Group’s principles bode well for a further enhancement of understanding between the two Companies. Both excelling, both focussed, and both delivering.