Indian firms giving tough challenge to China, Gorakhpur firms getting orders from Kenya, Sudan

Inspired by the ‘Self-reliant India‘ campaign, the Sahu group of Gida is making cheaper and better coolers to counter China. To support PM Modi’s call for a “self-reliant” India or “Atma Nirbhar Bharat“, the company has made an amazing cooler that will provide sufficient cooling air.

This cooler will save your money as it is not heavy on electricity and as a result, won’t cause you huge electricity bills. Its efficient design, good build quality and price range, and features such as auto-fill, makes it a great value for money investment.

Gorakhpur firms are getting orders from countries like Kenya and Sudan. To meet the ever-growing demand from Sudan and Kenya for coolers, the Sahu group has prepared an attractive model of cooler after 75 days of its research. However, these coolers will be exported in November. With this, the demand for coolers in India is likely to grow significantly in the coming years.

It has been noticed that many countries have stopped ordering goods from China after the Coronavirus pandemic. Indian companies are currently making the most of the opportunity. Recently Sahu Group received orders for coolers and fans from Sudan and Kenya. The company has already started exporting coolers to Kenya.

Coolers have been made with the best features such as extra effective cooling. It provides extremely effective cooling. The cooler is made of excellent quality materials, and the fit and finish are excellent. It is reliable and durable and does not malfunction or have technical problems easily. It is affordable and cost-effective.

The best thing is that Indian coolers are cheaper than Chinese coolers. It should be noticed that Sudan’s climate is hot and it is one of the poorest countries in the world. There are many people in the country who cannot afford AC, hence they are looking forward to importing coolers and fans from India.

Sahu Group company has prepared coolers to keep in mind their requirements. These coolers consume only 100 to 110 watts of electricity. Normally, a cooler consumes 125-230 watts, but the cooler developed by Sahu Group consumes only 100 watts.

Now, Chinese companies have a reason to be afraid because they are not going to match the Indian manufacturers. All this indicates that Indian companies will become a major threat to Chinese companies in a few years. Sahu Group claims that the cooler will reduce power consumption, saving up to Rs 3500 per year.

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.