China's Kehui plans to tap into the GCC power industry

Kehui International was founded in 1991 to develop a range of cable and transmission line fault locators. It has since gone on to produce an extensive range of electricity distribution automation equipment including GPS synchronisation, remote terminal units and SCADA systems. Substation digital fault recorders complete the range of T&D equipment. Bill Kibart, managing director, Kehui International spoke to UME

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